Operating Nuclear Power Reactors (by Location or Name)

An operating nuclear power reactor is designed to produce heat for electric generation. Power reactors are distinguished from nonpower reactors which are reactors used for research, training, and test purposes, and for the production of radioisotopes for medical, industrial, and academic uses. 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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Alphabetical List of Operating Nuclear Power Reactors by Name

Alphabetical List of Operating Nuclear Power Reactors by Name
A - C D - L M - P Q - W
Arkansas Nuclear 1
Arkansas Nuclear 2
Beaver Valley 1
Beaver Valley 2
Braidwood 1
Braidwood 2
Browns Ferry 1
Browns Ferry 2
Browns Ferry 3
Brunswick 1
Brunswick 2
Byron 1
Byron 2
Callaway
Calvert Cliffs 1
Calvert Cliffs 2
Catawba 1
Catawba 2
Clinton
Columbia Generating Station
Comanche Peak 1
Comanche Peak 2
Cooper
D.C. Cook 1
D.C. Cook 2
Davis-Besse
Diablo Canyon 1
Diablo Canyon 2
Dresden 2
Dresden 3
Farley 1
Farley 2
Fermi 2
FitzPatrick
Ginna
Grand Gulf 1
Harris 1
Hatch 1
Hatch 2
Hope Creek 1
La Salle 1
La Salle 2
Limerick 1
Limerick 2
McGuire 1
McGuire 2
Millstone 2
Millstone 3
Monticello
Nine Mile Point 1
Nine Mile Point 2
North Anna 1
North Anna 2
Oconee 1
Oconee 2
Oconee 3
Palisades
Palo Verde 1
Palo Verde 2
Palo Verde 3
Peach Bottom 2
Peach Bottom 3
Perry 1
Point Beach 1
Point Beach 2
Prairie Island 1
Prairie Island 2
Quad Cities 1
Quad Cities 2
River Bend 1
Robinson 2
Saint Lucie 1
Saint Lucie 2
Salem 1
Salem 2
Seabrook 1
Sequoyah 1
Sequoyah 2
South Texas 1
South Texas 2
Summer
Surry 1
Surry 2
Susquehanna 1
Susquehanna 2
Turkey Point 3
Turkey Point 4
Vogtle 1
Vogtle 2
Waterford 3
Watts Bar 1
Watts Bar 2
Wolf Creek 1

Page Last Reviewed/Updated Friday, October 01, 2021