Continued Operation till 2032

Stoermer, Bill
November 2005
Nuclear Plant Journal;Nov/Dec2005, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p119
Trade Publication
The article describes the operations of the Quad Cities Nuclear Power Station in Cordova, Illinois, which is owned by Exelon Nuclear, formerly Commonwealth Edison, and by MidAmerican Energy Co., formerly Iowa-Illinois Gas and Electric Co. The plant was built by General Electric and became operational in 1972. Its license has been renewed and will expire in 2032. The plants' nuclear reactors and generating units and community projects, such as fish hatcheries and employee programs are described.


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