TABLE 1.1 Civilian Nuclear Power Plants in the United States

State Number of Active Reactors in State Name of Nuclear Power Plant (USNRC-abbreviated plant names) Reactor Unit Operating License Issue Date Shutdown Date
Alabama 5 Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant (Browns Ferry) 1 2 3 1973 1974 1976  
    Joseph M. Farley Nuclear Plant (Farley) 1 2 1977 1981  
Arizona 3 Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station (Palo Verde) 1 2 3 1985 1986 1987  
Arkansas 2 Arkansas Nuclear One (Arkansas Nuclear) 1 2 1974 1978  
California 4 Diablo Canyon Power Plant (Diablo Canyon) 1 2 1984 1985  
    San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (San Onofre) 1 2 3 1967 1982 1982 1992
    Humboldt Bay Nuclear Power Plant (Humboldt Bay) 3 1963 1976
    Rancho Seco Nuclear Generating Station (Rancho Seco)   1974 1989
Colorado 1 Fort Saint Vrain Generating Station (Fort Saint Vrain)   1973 1989
Connecticut 2 Millstone Power Station (Millstone) 1 2 3 1970 1975 1986 1998
    Haddam Neck (Connecticut Yankee)   1968 1996
Florida 5 Crystal River Nuclear Generating Plant (Crystal River) 3 1976  
    St. Lucie Plant (St. Lucie) 1 2 1976 1986  
    Turkey Point Nuclear Plant (Turkey Point) 3 4 1972 1973  
Georgia 4 Edwin I. Hatch Nuclear Plant (Edwin I. Hatch) 1 2 1974 1978  
    Vogtle Electric Generating Plant (Vogtle) 1 2 1987 1989  


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