October 14, 2016 by Mick Gornall
There’s just over one month left to comment on Westinghouse’s AP1000 reactor technology, as part of the UK Generic Design Assessment (GDA), so have you had your say?
October 7, 2016 by David Howell
In 1930, Westinghouse employees funded the George Westinghouse Memorial. This year, Westinghouse was proud to be part of its rededication.
September 22, 2016 by Dan McLaughlin
Westinghouse employee reflects on his experiences in the highly-regarded the World Nuclear University Summer Institute.
June 6, 2016 by Mike Kirst
Six months after the historic Paris Agreement, words need to translate into actions. A combination of nuclear and renewable generation must form the backbone of an affordable, feasible and robust low-carbon electricity system.
May 25, 2016 by Laura Livingston
From 1893, when George Westinghouse hired Bertha Lamme, the first female electrical engineer in the U.S., to today, Westinghouse continues its legacy to ensure that all students are exposed to STEM-related careers.
April 13, 2016 by Joe Smetanka
On April 13, 1869, George Westinghouse received a patent for what has since been called, “the most important safety device ever known” – the air brake. Safety is a vital component of the legacy handed down by George Westinghouse.
March 31, 2016 by Mick Gornall
This year, we recognize the 70th anniversary of the Westinghouse Springfields site in the UK.
February 22, 2016 by Gavin Liu
George Westinghouse, our founder, wanted to change the world – make it a better place – with his inventions. Engineers at Westinghouse continue that spirit of innovation today.
February 8, 2016 by Jeanne Lopatto
Ask if your candidate supports nuclear energy. Then get out and vote. Nuclear matters.
December 26, 2015 by Rita Baranwal
Our engineers have a steady stream of ideas, and, just like George Westinghouse, we’re turning our great ideas into great technology