Action / Decommissioning

Analysis of Replacement Electricity for Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant

NYC and Westchester form one service area, and uses a peak max of approximately 13,000 MW of electricity daily, depending on the time of year. Before deregulation, Con Ed owned IP#2 and NYPA (New York Power Authority) owned IP3.  Following deregulation, both units were sold to Entergy during 2000-2001.  Con Ed no longer produces electricity, … Continue reading

Action / Decommissioning

Nuclear Power – Well Past Its Prime

Recently Julie Sherwood wrote an article for the Daily Messenger, a Rochester paper, about Ginna, a reactor located near Lake Ontario. In many ways her story echos the Indian Point story.  (http://tinyurl.com/juliesherwood)The lead paragraph concludes, “but if the nuclear plant were to close, Rochester Gas and Electric’s more than 300,000 electricity customers wouldn’t notice.” Sound … Continue reading

Why we say ‘no’ to new fossil fuel projects like the CPV power plant and Valley Lateral Pipeline
Action / History

Why we say ‘no’ to new fossil fuel projects like the CPV power plant and Valley Lateral Pipeline

Riverkeeper fights every day for a clean, safe and secure energy future, without which our precious drinking water supplies and the iconic Hudson River will never truly be protected. This means opposing all new fossil fuel infrastructure projects, which are unnecessary and threaten both the climate and the Hudson; promoting the enormous opportunities associated with … Continue reading

April 29: Nuclear-Free, Carbon-Free Contingent at the People’s Climate March
Action / Closure Agreement / Cuomo Nuclear Tax / Decommissioning / Events

April 29: Nuclear-Free, Carbon-Free Contingent at the People’s Climate March

We are marching for a 100% renewable, nuclear-free, carbon-free world. The climate crisis is the defining issue of our time. It poses an existential threat to life on Earth in a manner civilization never before has faced. Immediate action is necessary to slash climate-changing emissions in all sectors of society. On April 29, the Nuclear-Free, … Continue reading