Operating Nuclear Power Reactors (by Location or Name)
A power reactor is a facility that makes electricity by the continuous splitting of uranium atoms (i.e., a nuclear reaction). This facility is often referred to as a nuclear power plant. To find information about a particular operating nuclear power reactor that NRC regulates, select that reactor from the map below, or from the Alphabetical List of Operating Nuclear Power Reactors by Name.
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