Special Report

America's Oldest Nuclear Power Plants

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3. R.E. Ginna Nuclear Power Plant
> Start of commercial operations: 7/1/1970
> Electricity production capacity: 581 megawatts
> Location: Ontario, NY (20 mi. NE of Rochester, NY)
> Operator: R.E. Ginna Nuclear Power Plant, LLC

2. Dresden Nuclear Power Station
> Start of commercial operations: 6/9/1970
> Electricity production capacity: 1,797 megawatts
> Location: Morris, IL (25 mi. SW of Joliet, IL)
> Operator: Exelon Generation Co., LLC

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1. Nine Mile Point Nuclear Station
> Start of commercial operations: 12/1/1969
> Electricity production capacity: 1,913 megawatts
> Location: Scriba, NY (6 mi. NE of Oswego, NY)
> Operator: Nine Mile Point Nuclear Station, LLC

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