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Nuclear Power Plants Operating in the United States as of December 31, 2008
                                         
Note: Many power plants have more than one reactor.

Reactor Name FormatReactor Name Format
Arkansas Nuclear htmlMonticellohtml
Beaver Valley htmlNine Mile Pointhtml
BraidwoodhtmlNorth Annahtml
Browns FerryhtmlOconeehtml
BrunswickhtmlOyster Creekhtml
ByronhtmlPalisadeshtml
CallawayhtmlPalo Verdehtml
Calvert CliffshtmlPeach Bottomhtml
CatawbahtmlPerryhtml
ClintonhtmlPilgrimhtml
ColumbiahtmlPoint Beachhtml
Comanche PeakhtmlPrairie Islandhtml
Cooper StationhtmlQuad Citieshtml
Crystal RiverhtmlRiver Bendhtml
Davis-BessehtmlRobert E Ginnahtml
Diablo CanyonhtmlSalemhtml
Donald C. CookhtmlSan Onofrehtml
DresdenhtmlSeabrookhtml
Duane ArnoldhtmlSt. Luciehtml
Enrico FermihtmlSequoyahhtml
Joseph FarleyhtmlShearon Harrishtml
FitzpatrickhtmlSouth Texas Projecthtml
Fort CalhounhtmlVirgil C. Summerhtml
Grand GulfhtmlSurryhtml
H. B. RobinsonhtmlSusquehannahtml
Edwin HatchhtmlThree Mile Islandhtml
Hope CreekhtmlTurkey Pointhtml
Indian PointhtmlVermont Yankeehtml
KewauneehtmlVogtlehtml
LaSalle CountyhtmlWaterfordhtml
LimerickhtmlWatts Barhtml
McGuirehtmlWatts Barhtml
MillstonehtmlWolf Creekhtml
* Operating reactors are those licensed by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
    Sources: Reactor Supplier, Reactor Type, Date of Operation: Energy Information Administration (EIA), Nuclear Power Generation and Fuel Cycle Report 1997 (September 1997); Owner: Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Owners of Nuclear Power Plants, NUREG/CR-6500, Rev 1; Capacity, Operator: EIA, Inventory of Electric Utility Power Plants in the United States, 1999 (November 1999), DOE/EIA-0095(99); License Expiration Date: NRC Information Digest 2001 Edition, NUREG-1350, Vol 12; 2000 Average Capacity Factor: computed from EIA data; Electricity Produced: EIA, Form EIA-759, Monthly Power Plant Report.




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