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TVA also operates three units at the Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant near Decatur, Alabama, and two units at Sequoyah Nuclear Plant near Soddy Daisy, Tennessee.
In January, the TVA allowed media members to watch workers unload and prepare new nuclear fuel rods for an upcoming refueling at the Sequoyah Nuclear Plant in Soddy-Daisy.
Especially at the Chattanooga Zoo!"; (16) "Hamilton County High Schools' Chattanooga Road Rally"; (17) "Hunter Museum of American Art"; (18) "Lookout Mountain Incline Railway-Into the Clouds"; (19) "McDonald's Math"; (20) "Miniature Golf in Chattanooga-Sir Goony's Family Fun Center"; (21) "Riverbend Festival"; (22) "Sequoyah Nuclear Plant and Training Center"; (23) "Soddy Daisy High School Football Stadium"; (24) "Swimming and Bicycling At Booker T.
Dennis Baxter and Terence (Terry) Cheek led and supported a case study using EPRI-developed resources at the Sequoyah Nuclear Plant that demonstrated technical approaches to satisfy EPA's development of a rule to implement Section 316(b) of the Clean Water Act that provides protection for aquatic organism at cooling water intake structures.
Unit 2 at the Tennessee Valley Authoritys Sequoyah Nuclear Plant is once again producing reliable, carbon-free energy after safely completing a scheduled refueling and maintenance outage on Saturday, Dec.
Emergency responders from federal, state and local agencies will join Tennessee Valley Authority personnel in an emergency preparedness training drill involving the Sequoyah Nuclear Plant on Wednesday, Aug.
After generating more than 13.5 billion kilowatt hours of carbon-free energy over the past 18 months, the Tennessee Valley Authoritys Sequoyah Nuclear Plant Unit 2 began a scheduled refueling and maintenance outage early Friday morning.
Emergency responders from federal, state and local agencies will join Tennessee Valley Authority personnel in an emergency preparedness graded exercise involving the Sequoyah nuclear plant on Wednesday, September 14.
Simmons joined TVA in 1986 and held a number of leadership roles at Sequoyah Nuclear Plant, including plant manager, before joining the Watts Bar executive team in 2015.
After generating more than 13.6 billion kilowatt hours of carbon-free electricity over the past 18 months, the Tennessee Valley Authority s Sequoyah Nuclear Plant Unit 2 began a scheduled refueling and maintenance outage on Saturday.
The Tennessee Valley Authority announced today that Christopher Schwarz, currently vice president of corporate operations at Public Service Enterprise Group Nuclear, has been named the new site vice president for its Sequoyah nuclear plant. Current site VP John Carlin has announced his retirement at the end of the year.
The Tennessee Valley Authority s Sequoyah Nuclear Plant Unit 2 automatically shut down at 6:45 a.m.