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Op-Ed: Indian Point is the Existing Bridge to a Clean Energy Future

Op-Ed: Indian Point is the Existing Bridge to a Clean Energy Future

Indian Point is the Existing Bridge to a Clean Energy Future The Indian Point nuclear power plant, located in Westchester, provides 25 percent of the power used in New York City and Westchester every day. Not only does Indian Point […]

Entergy Names 30-Year Industry Veteran and Global Business Leader Chief Nuclear Officer

Entergy Names 30-Year Industry Veteran and Global Business Leader Chief Nuclear Officer

NEW ORLEANS, LA — Entergy Corporation recently announced that A. Christopher “Chris” Bakken III has been named executive vice president and chief nuclear officer for Entergy Corporation, effective April 6. Bakken replaces Jeff Forbes, who announced his retirement last year.   In […]

by · January 31, 2016 · Energy
Amb. Ron Kirk, CASEnergy Co-Chair, former US Trade Representative and former mayor of Dallas.

Former US Trade Ambassador Visits Mercy College

Earlier this week, backed by the projected image of a large American flag, CASEnergy Coalition co-chairman and former US Trade Ambassador Ron Kirk spoke to group of Mercy College students –including a contingent of physician assistants who will be traveling to Nicaragua […]

(Courtesy of the Indian Point Energy Center)

Report: Indian Point Stimulates Over $1.5B in Economic Activity

Indian Point boosts New York’s economy by $1.5 billion per year A new report claims that the Indian Point nuclear power plant contributes more than $1.5 billion to New York’s economy every year. The report was released by the Nuclear […]

by · June 9, 2015 · Energy, News
Indian Point and New York’s Energy Future

Indian Point and New York’s Energy Future

Last summer, the State Department of Environmental Conservation held public hearing on its proposal to shut down the Indian Point nuclear power plant (located in Buchanan, NY), for up to three months a year to protect fish in the Hudson […]

by · March 22, 2015 · Editorials