Senate-House Nuclear Energy Caucus Meets April 26 To Hear From PJM Interconnection

The Senate-House Nuclear Energy Caucus will hold its second meeting on April 26 to hear a presentation from the PJM Interconnection on the impact the decommissioning of a nuclear power station could have on the regional electric grid.

Stu Bressler, Senior Vice President of Operations & Markets at PJM will be making the  presentation. He will be joined by Darlene Phillips, Director, Strategic Policy & External Affairs as well as Denise Foster, Vice President, State & Member Services from PJM.

The meeting will be held in Room 8E-A East Wing of the Capitol Building in Harrisburg from 8:00 to 9:00 am.  Questions should be directed to Jake Smeltz 717-787-4420 or send email to:

(Photo: Three Mile Island, Dauphin County)


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[Posted: April 5, 2017]


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