If You Care About Carbon, You Care About Nuclear

Benefits of Nuclear

Nuclear energy plays a key role in the supply of safe, clean and reliable electricity.

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Carbon-Free Energy

Carbon-Free Energy

Balancing wind, solar and nuclear power will help achieve a carbon-free future and positively impact our changing climate. Over the past 50 years, globally, nuclear power has avoided nearly two years of the world’s energy-related CO2 emissions. Imagine how much more carbon pollution we can prevent.

  • Nuclear Energy:
    Provides 55% of the U.S.’s and 14% of the world’s carbon-free energy

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Shaping The Future With Reliable Energy

Shaping The Future With Reliable Energy

Solar, wind and nuclear energy are essential to a carbon-free future, but the sun doesn’t always shine, and the wind doesn’t always blow. Nuclear power plants are almost always on, delivering the highest availability energy source and operating at maximum capacity more than 90% of the time.

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Safety: Getting The Facts Right

Safety: Getting The Facts Right

When it comes to creating a more sustainable planet, the need for renewable energy can’t replace the need for safe energy. With nuclear power, you get the best of both worlds. 

  • The fact is, it's safe
    Truth is, a person working full-time in a nuclear power plant receives less additional radiation in a year than a flight crew or a business traveler with 250 hours of flying time.

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Sentry™

The newest innovation in spent fuel management

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eVinci™ Micro-Reactor

The next generation small modular reactor for remote applications

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Westinghouse cements its position as the industry leader in thermal sleeve replacement

In late April 2021, the Sizewell B Nuclear Power Station located in Suffolk, England – the U.K.’s only Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR) – discovered an anomaly following the removal of the Reactor Pressure Vessel (RPV) head.

Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Safely Replacing Thermal Sleeves at the Sizewell B Plant in a Fraction of the Expected Time

Westinghouse and PSEG Use Innovative Approach to Tackle Major Industry-First Technical Challenge

Wednesday, September 8, 2021

First-of-a-Kind Identification and Replacement of Failed Thermal Shield Flexures