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Facility Information Finder

Use this page to find operating power reactors, major nuclear materials facilities licensed by the NRC, and NRC-licensed sites undergoing decommissioning.

Operating Nuclear Power Reactors

A power reactor is a facility that makes electricity by the continuous splitting of uranium atoms (i.e., a nuclear reaction). This facility is often referred to as a nuclear power plant.

Fuel Cycle Facilities

A fuel cycle facility is involved in the processing of uranium for the production of fuel for nuclear reactors.

Facilities Undergoing Decommissioning

NRC regulates the decontamination and decommissioning of nuclear facilities with the ultimate goal of license termination. These facilities include

Other Facility Information

  • Power Reactor Status Report - issued each business day showing current operating status of all reactors

  • Event Notification Report - Events and other information reported to the NRC Operations Center, issued each business day

  • Project Manager List - This list provides Plant Name, Docket Number, and Project Manager for both Power Reactors and Research and Test Reactors

  • Reactor Oversight Process - The NRC’s program for inspecting and evaluating safety performance of nuclear power reactors. The Reactor Oversight Process Web area includes up-to-date information about each reactor: performance indicators (statistics showing safety performance) and inspection findings, updated quarterly; inspections reports; and semiannual performance assessments.

  • Significant Enforcement Actions - NRC actions based on inspection findings or performance indicators and violations involving fines or other enforcement measures

  • ADAMS - the NRC’s document retrieval system - Search for documents since April 2000 using the docket number and other criteria

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