Grand Gulf team members joined with hundreds of employees and contracting partners this weekend to commence the station’s 23rd scheduled refueling and maintenance outage following a record-setting year of power generation.
Entergy today revealed its new corporate brand and a refreshed logo. The introduction of the new brand reflects our aspiration to become the premier electric utility and deliver a cleaner, brighter and more sustainable future for everyone.
From supporting the environment, education and low-income areas to teaching students about nuclear energy, grants were provided in communities where Entergy’s nuclear plants operate. This includes Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Michigan.
ANO Site VP moves to Entergy fleet role. Local ANO leaders are promoted.
Kapellas’ role and that of his team focuses on planning and preparation of refueling and maintenance outages.
Employees, contractors and community engagement are key to the plant’s long-term success.
Entergy Corporation today completed the sale of the subsidiaries that own Indian Point Energy Center to a Holtec International subsidiary, which plans to complete major decommissioning activities at the site decades sooner than if Entergy had continued to own the facility.
Control room operators at Indian Point Energy Center Unit 3 will shut down the nuclear reactor by Friday, April 30, for the final time, marking the end of nearly 60 successful years of safe, virtually carbon-free power generation at the facility.
Entergy Nuclear has scheduled a planned outage for its Grand Gulf Nuclear Station to prepare the plant for reliable operations and employees more than 860 highly trained nuclear professionals.