March 05, 2015 6:09 PM ET

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Company Overview of PSEG Nuclear LLC

Company Overview

PSEG Nuclear LLC owns and operates nuclear electricity producing power plants. The company operates the Salem and Hope Creek nuclear power generating stations in Lower Alloways Creek, New Jersey. The Salem nuclear power plant has dual unit Pressurized Water Reactors (PWR) and has a net generating capacity of 2345 megawatts. The Hope Creek nuclear power plant has a single unit Boiling Water Reactor (BWR) with a net generating capacity of 1209 megawatts. Additionally, the company oversees its parent company PSEG Power's ownership interest in the Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station in Delta PA. The company was incorporated in 1999 and is based in Newark, New Jersey. PSEG Nuclear LLC operates as a...

80 Park Plaza T-6

Newark, NJ 07111

United States

Founded in 1999





Key Executives for PSEG Nuclear LLC

President and Chief Nuclear Officer
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PSEG Nuclear LLC Key Developments

PSEG Nuclear Announces Executive Changes

PSEG announced the retirement of Thomas P. Joyce, president and chief nuclear officer (CNO) of PSEG Nuclear, effective March 31, 2015. Joyce will retire after 40 years in the nuclear industry including the past ten years at PSEG Nuclear where he served as president and CNO since 2008. The company also announced the promotion and election of Robert C. Braun to succeed Joyce. With more than 30 years of experience in the nuclear industry, Braun has served the past several years as senior vice president and chief operating officer of PSEG Nuclear. He joined the company in March 2007 as vice president of operations support. In his new role, Braun will continue to be responsible for the day-to-day operations of PSEG's Salem and Hope Creek Generating Stations which is the second commercial nuclear generating facility in the United States. He will now serve as the organization's primary contact with industry regulators and organizations. He will also report directly to Levis and be a member of PSEG's Executive Officer Group. Braun previously served as site vice president of Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station, which is co-owned by PSEG and Exelon Corporation. Prior to his appointment at Peach Bottom, he was vice president-nuclear oversight of Exelon's nuclear group headquarters.

PSEG Nuclear Wins Contract to Supply of Outage Services for Three Reactors of Areva

PSEG Nuclear has awarded a long-term contract to Areva for supply of outage services for three reactors at the Salem and Hope Creek nuclear generating stations in Salem County, New Jersey, US. Specific services to be provided by the company for two pressurized water reactors and a boiling water reactor include refueling, inspections, and steam generator maintenance.

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