How Nuclear Energy Has Transformed

January 12, 2022 by Westinghouse Electric Company

Categories: Leadership Insights

The transformation of today’s nuclear industry shows exponential progress from its Atomic Age past to our current status as a safer, better, and more reliable energy source. Learn how innovations like Westinghouse’s AP1000® technology is shrinking to a smaller plant footprint even while growing the future possibilities of the global energy market.

The Truth About Nuclear Energy

January 10, 2022 by Westinghouse Electric Company

Categories: Leadership Insights

Let’s speak our truth about the facts surrounding nuclear energy. The reality is that nuclear power makes it possible for us all to enjoy cleaner energy and a carbon-free future. See how our industry is addressing the past misperceptions to educate the world on a sustainable solution to the climate emergency.

Setting the Record Straight

January 5, 2022 by Westinghouse Electric Company

Categories: Carbon-Free

The video series, featuring Westinghouse executive voices, was designed to drive global awareness of nuclear energy’s roles as a carbon-free energy solution and build brand affinity for Westinghouse as a trusted leader.

The Voices Supporting Nuclear Energy

January 3, 2022 by Westinghouse Electric Company

Categories: Leadership Insights

A new generation of clean-energy supporters is advancing the pro-nuclear cause. The advocates for today’s nuclear industry are pushing for real action on the climate emergency – and they know that nuclear energy is the key. We can keep the modern, electrified lifestyle we’re used to, while moving away from emitting greenhouse gases.

The Safe Way to Go Carbon‑Free

December 14, 2021 by Westinghouse Electric Company

Categories: Safety, Leadership Insights

Nuclear energy is a safe means of generating electricity, as credible evidence demonstrates. The good news is that the dangers of nuclear power have been vastly overstated. While rare accidents have occurred over six decades, the data proves that high levels of carbon dioxide emissions create more impact than any nuclear-related incidents.