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A Clear Vision and Strategy

Q&A with PSEG Nuclear President and Chief Nuclear Officer Eric Carr
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By Matt Chimento

In July, Eric Carr was named president and chief nuclear officer of PSEG Nuclear. An industry veteran with more than two decades of accumulated experience and insight, Carr sets the vision for – and is charged with sustaining the productive momentum of – the PSEG Nuclear fleet. He recently shared his perspectives and imparted a few of the learnings that influenced and informed his professional path.

Q. What was the entry point for your career into nuclear?

Nuclear Energy Benefits The Environment

By: Lexi Corral, Business Communications Specialist
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Nuclear Energy is Clean Energy

Georgia Power recently announced continued progress in the construction of the two-reactor expansion to its Plant Vogtle nuclear power plant. Bechtel is proud to partner with Georgia Power to deliver this important project – the only ongoing construction of new nuclear generation currently in the United States.

Vogtle is important because nuclear energy is important. It’s clean, efficient, safe, and must play a role in our energy future.

What is nuclear energy?

Talk With Green Guy Show - Former NJ Governor, Christine Todd Whitman and Scott Sadler, Green Chamber of the South

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The Ray C. Anderson Foundation is the Platinum Sponsor of "The Green Guy" radio talk show on AM640 WGST - Atlanta.  

Shows air weekly at 9AM Eastern, featuring voices from all aspects of sustainable life - at home, at work, at school and in the community.

German Companies Go Off the Grid -Energy Minute

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In Germany, one in every six companies now generates its own electricity. 16 percent of all German companies produced their own power last year, according to the German Chamber of Commerce, up from about 10 percent a year earlier. 23 percent more companies are considering joining this trend. Companies as large as Dow Chemical, with a plant that consumes one percent of the entire country’s electricity, and as small as rural, family-owned businesses, are investing in their own power-generation infrastructure.

Top Energy Stories for 2012 - Energy Minute for January 2, 2013

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2012 was the year when the subject of energy moved from the business and science news sections of newspapers and Web sites to the front and home pages. Top energy stories for the year include a Citigroup report that projects the U.S. as becoming energy self-sufficient in the next ten years; the recording of the highest average gas prices for any year—$3.52 a gallon; continuing controversies over the use of coal and nuclear energy, the Keystone XL pipeline, and fracking; and the recording of the lowest U.S. carbon emissions in 20 years.

New Study Links Corporate Responsibility Disclosures and Political Contributions in California Oil and Gas Companies; Britain’s Nuclear and Renewables Industries Make Joint Appeal to U.K. Government - Energy Minute for November 16, 2012

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Oil and gas companies in California that make frequent corporate responsibility disclosures and high corporate political campaign contributions provide higher shareholder returns, according to a new study released by the UC Davis School of Management. The study complements previous reports showing that compliance with clean air legislation increased the productivity of refining companies in the state.

ReportAlert.info - Constellation Energy (NYSE:CEG) publishes 2010 Corporate Social Responsibility Report

The report details the company's 2010 sustainability initiatives, performance and goals.
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) July 6, 2011 - Constellation Energy has issued its annual Corporate Social Responsibility Report, detailing the company’s 2010 sustainability initiatives, performance and goals. The report is available at http://www.reportalert.info/ra/profiles/ConstellationEnergy/2011/?ID=39368. It focuses on Constellation’s progress in leadership and governance, sustainability and innovation, environmental performance, community engagement and workplace performance.

GE CEO: Expects Clean-Technology Revenue Of $21 Billion This Year

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General Electric is becoming more renowned for its clean technology as revenues from the resulting innovations greatly increase and the world places more focus on the importance of nuclear energy. Here, GE CEO, Jeff Immelt, discusses these topics in relation to GE.  

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General Electric is becoming more renowned for its clean technology as revenues from the resulting innovations greatly increase and the world places more focus on the importance of nuclear energy. Here, GE CEO, Jeff Immelt, discusses these topics in relation to GE.  

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