Tuesday, June 09, 2009

Going Out Guide

bilde If you happen to live in the neighborhood of Asbury Park New Jersey next Thursday, take the opportunity to learn about nuclear energy issues from the folks who make it:

Exelon Nuclear's Oyster Creek Generating Station will host a Community Information Night Thursday, June 18. This unique, one-on-one forum is designed to inform and update the plant's neighbors about plant operations and nuclear energy issues.

And what might you learn?

Exelon representatives and technical experts will be on hand to provide information on nuclear energy topics including plant operations, tritium, used fuel storage, safety, security, the environment and community outreach efforts. There will also be take-away information. Light refreshments will be served.

And we’re reasonably sure that the Oyster Creek workers will be happy to have a run at any difficult question you may have.

Oh, and we’re pretty sure some of the plant employees and other attendees will be single (nuclear jobs pay very well, hint) and open to some small talk over the light refreshments – there, now we’ve fulfilled our Going Out Guide responsibilities.

Click the link for details and make your plans accordingly .

Oyster Creek Generating Station.

1 comment:

Sean Hackbarth said...

Yesterday, Senate Republicans held a hearing on nuclear energy. They aim to have 100 new plants built in the next 20 years. Here's the video: http://cli.gs/3mgJB9

Sean Hackbarth
Online Communications Adviser
Senate Republican Conference
sean_hackbarth@src.senate.gov