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Map of U.S. Commercial Reactors and Proposed New Sites

Map of U.S. Commercial Reactors and Proposed New Sites


*Red dots indicate sites where new reactors have been proposed

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PLANT NAME

OWNED / OPERATED BY

 LICENSE EXPIRES
     
ALABAMA    
Browns Ferry 1 Tennessee Valley Authority December 20, 2013
Browns Ferry 2 Tennessee Valley Authority June 28, 2014
Browns Ferry 3 Tennessee Valley Authority July 2, 2016
Joseph M. Farley 1 Southern Nuclear Operating Co. June 25, 2017
Joseph M. Farley 2 Southern Nuclear Operating Co. March 31, 2021
Bellefonte* Tennessee Valley Authority Proposed
     
ARIZONA    
Palo Verde 1 Arizona Nuclear Power Project December 31, 2024
Palo Verde 2 Arizona Nuclear Power Project December 9, 2025
Palo Verde 3 Arizona Nuclear Power Project March 25, 2027
     
ARKANSAS    
Arkansas Nuclear 1 Entergy Nuclear May 20, 2034
Arkansas Nuclear 2 Entergy Nuclear July 17, 2018
     
CALIFORNIA    
Diablo Canyon 1 Pacific Gas & Electric Co. September 22, 2021
Diablo Canyon 2 Pacific Gas & Electric Co. April 26, 2025
San Onofre 2 Southern California Edison Co. February 16, 2022
San Onofre 3 Southern California Edison Co. November 15, 2022
     
CONNECTICUT    
Millstone 2 Dominion Generation July 31, 2035
Millstone 3 Dominion Generation November 25, 2045
     
FLORIDA    
Crystal River 3 Progress Energy December 3, 2016
St. Lucie 1 Florida Power & Light Co. March 1, 2036
St. Lucie 2 Florida Power & Light Co. April 6, 2043
Turkey Point 3 Florida Power & Light Co. July 19, 2032
Turkey Point 4 Florida Power & Light Co. April 10, 2033
Levy County* Progress Energy Proposed
Site Unspecified* Florida Power & Light Co. Proposed
     
GEORGIA    
Edwin I. Hatch 1 Southern Nuclear Operating Co. August 6, 2034
Edwin I. Hatch 2 Southern Nuclear Operating Co. June 13, 2038
Vogtle 1 Southern Nuclear Operating Co. January 16, 2027
Vogtle 2 Southern Nuclear Operating Co. February 9, 2029
Vogtle* Southern Nuclear Operating Co. Proposed
     
ILLINOIS    
Braidwood 1 Exelon October 17, 2026
Braidwood 2 Exelon December 18, 2027
Byron 1 Exelon October 31, 2024
Byron 2 Exelon November 6, 2026
Clinton Exelon September 29, 2026
Dresden 2 Exelon December 22, 2029
Dresden 3 Exelon January 12, 2031
La Salle County 1 Exelon April 17, 2022
La Salle County 2 Exelon December 16, 2023
Quad Cities 1 Exelon December 14, 2032
Quad Cities 2 Exelon December 14, 2032
Clinton* Exelon Proposed
     
IOWA    
Duane Arnold Nuclear Management Company February 21, 2014
     
KANSAS    
Wolf Creek 1 Wolf Creek Nuclear Operating Corp. March 11, 2025
     
LOUISIANA    
River Bend 1 Entergy Nuclear August 29, 2025
Waterford 3 Entergy Nuclear December 18, 2024
River Bend* Entergy Nuclear Proposed
     
MARYLAND    
Calvert Cliffs 1 Constellation Nuclear July 31, 2034
Calvert Cliffs 2 Constellation Nuclear August 13, 2036
Calvert Cliffs* UniStar Nuclear Proposed
     
MASSACHUSETTS    
Pilgrim 1 Entergy June 8, 2012
     
MICHIGAN    
D.C. Cook 1 Indiana / Michigan Power Co. October 25, 2014
D.C. Cook 2 Indiana / Michigan Power Co. December 23, 2017
Fermi 2 The Detroit Edison Co. March 20, 2025
Palisades Nuclear Management Co. March 24, 2011
     
MINNESOTA    
Monticello Nuclear Management Co. September 8, 2010
Prairie Island 1 Nuclear Management Co. August 9, 2013
Prairie Island 2 Nuclear Management Co. October 29, 2014
     
MISSISSIPPI    
Grand Gulf 1 Entergy Nuclear November 1, 2024
Grand Gulf* Entergy Nuclear Proposed
     
MISSOURI    
Callaway AmerenUE October 18, 2024
     
NEBRASKA    
Cooper Nebraska Public Power District January 18, 2014
Fort Calhoun Omaha Public Power District August 9, 2033
     
NEW HAMPSHIRE    
Seabrook 1 FPL Energy Seabrook October 17, 2026
     
NEW JERSEY    
Hope Creek 1 PSEG Nuclear, LLC April 11, 2026
Oyster Creek AmerGen Energy Co., LLC April 9, 2009
Salem 1 PSEG Nuclear, LLC August 13, 2016
Salem 2 PSEG Nuclear, LLC April 18, 2020
     
NEW YORK    
Ginna Rochester Gas & Electric Corp. September 18, 2029
Indian Point 2 Entergy Nuclear September 28, 2013
Indian Point 3 Entergy Nuclear Operations December 15, 2015
James A. FitzPatrick Entergy Nuclear Operations October 17, 2014
Nine Mile Point 1 Constellation Nuclear August 22, 2009
Nine Mile Point 2 Constellation Nuclear October 31, 2026
Nine Mile Point* Constellation Nuclear Proposed
     
NORTH CAROLINA    
Brunswick 1 Carolina Power & Light, Co. (Progress) September 8, 2016
Brunswick 2 Carolina Power & Light, Co. (Progress) December 27, 2014
McGuire 1 Duke Power June 12, 2041
McGuire 2 Duke Power March 3, 2043
Shearon Harris 1 Carolina Power & Light Co. (Progress) October 24, 2026
Shearon Harris* Progress Postponed
     
OHIO    
Davis-Besse FirstEnergy Nuclear April 22, 2017
Perry 1 FirstEnergy Nuclear Operating Co. March 18, 2026
     
PENNSYLVANIA    
Beaver Valley 1 FirstEnergy Nuclear January 29, 2016
Beaver Valley 2 FirstEnergy Nuclear May 27, 2027
Limerick 1 Exelon October 26, 2024
Limerick 2 Exelon June 22, 2029
Peach Bottom 2 Exelon August 8, 2033
Peach Bottom 3 Exelon July 2, 2034
Susquehanna 1 PPL Susquehanna, LLC July 17, 2022
Susquehanna 2 PPL Susquehanna, LLC March 23, 2024
Three Mile Island 1 AmerGen Energy Co. April 19, 2014
     
SOUTH CAROLINA    
Catawba 1 Duke Energy Nuclear, LLC December 5, 2043
Catawba 2 Duke Energy Nuclear, LLC December 5, 2043
H.B. Robinson 2 Carolina Power and Light Co. (Progress) July 31, 2030
Oconee 1 Duke Energy Nuclear, LLC February 6, 2033
Oconee 2 Duke Energy Nuclear, LLC October 6, 2033
Oconee 3 Duke Energy Nuclear, LLC July 19, 2034
Summer South Carolina Electric & Gas Co. (SCANA) and Santee Cooper August 6, 2042
Summer* SCANA and Santee Cooper Proposed
Cherokee County* Duke Energy Nuclear, LLC Proposed
     
TENNESSEE    
Sequoyah 1 Tennessee Valley Authority September 17, 2020
Sequoyah 2 Tennessee Valley Authority September 15, 2021
Watts Bar 1 Tennessee Valley Authority November 9, 2035
Watts Bar 2 Tennessee Valley Authority Completion Proposed

 

   
TEXAS    
Comanche Peak 1 TXU Generation Company LP February 8, 2030
Comanche Peak 2 TXU Electric & Gas February 2, 2033
South Texas Project 1 STP Nuclear Operating Co. August 20, 2027
South Texas Project 2 STP Nuclear Operating Co. December 15, 2028
South Texas Project* NRG Proposed
Andrews County* University of Texas Permian Basin (UTPB), Sandia National Laboratory, General Atomics Proposed
Comanche Peak TXU Power Proposed
     
VERMONT    
Vermont Yankee Entergy Nuclear March 21, 2012
     
VIRGINIA    
North Anna 1 Dominion April 1, 2038
North Anna 2 Dominion August 21, 2040
Surry 1 Dominion May 25, 2032
Surry 2 Dominion January 29, 2033
North Anna* Dominion Proposed
     
WASHINGTON    
Columbia Generating Station Energy Northwest December 20, 2023
     
WISCONSIN    
Kewaunee Nuclear Management Co. December 21, 2013
Point Beach 1 Nuclear Management Co. October 5, 2010
Point Beach 2 Nuclear Management Co. March 8, 2013

*Indicates sites at which new reactors have been proposed. These proposals are in various stages, but none have yet been given official approval by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

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