Entergy Nuclear has launched the Nuclear Clean Air Energy message. As a group of 15,000 employees strong, this national awareness initiative will better educate students, teachers, women and others about the green benefits of nuclear energy.
“How we shape public perception directly affects our business and the jobs of our employees,” said John Herron, chief nuclear officer and CEO for Entergy Nuclear. “We have a teachable moment following the incident in Japan. The need has never been greater for others to hear our voices – and to bring other voices into the conversation about safe, clean nuclear power.”
Coalition partners and programs that make up the initiative include:
#78 Nuclear Clean Air Energy Car
Driver Simona de Silvestro gives visibility to our entire educational effort. Racing in every major market in the U.S., the INDYCAR Series is a great tool for showcasing Simona as a role model inspiring girls and others to careers in STEM areas (science, technology, engineering and math) while spreading the nuclear message to millions nationwide. Purdue University engineering programs has also joined our HVM Racing team in educational activities.
Power Path to Nuclear Energy
With EnergySolutions Foundation, Entergy is giving a comprehensive nuclear science curriculum to middle and high schools in several states at no charge to the schools and teachers.
Women Impacting Public Policy and E3
Entergy is a national sponsor of WIPP’s educational initiative called E3 – Entrepreneurs Energy and Environment – providing online and face-to-face training for women business owners in those three areas plus valuable networking opportunities.
National Nuclear Science Week and the National Museum for Nuclear Science & History
As a national sponsor of this Smithsonian affiliate museum, Entergy co-founded the National Nuclear Science Week. In 2011 more than 11,000 people were touched by educational activities during the week. During the summer, hundreds of Boy Scouts are taught robotics in the Entergy classroom at the museum located in Albuquerque, N.M.
The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History will host "Science is Everywhere" Summer Camp 2018 for children who are 6 to 12 years old. Experience the wonders of science in week-long sessions, May 29 - August 10. Sessions include "Code of the Robot," "Chemistry and Intrigue," "Science of the X-scape," "STEMinists," "Spy Kids" and many more!Learn More
100.3 The PEAK, an iHeartRadio station, will host its 2018 Free Summer Fun Road Show at the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History on Friday, June 22, from 6 am to 10 am. All members of the community are welcome to visit the museum for FREE from 6 am to 10 am on the morning of Friday, June 22, as Albuquerque's own Jackie, Tony and Donnie host their popular morning show inside the museum. Doors will open at 6 am.Learn More
Help us restore New Mexico’s only Boeing B-47E Stratojet, serial number 53-2280, one of only 23 surviving B-47 airplanes in existence! This airplane will be the focus of a special initiative within “Operation Preservation” – a multi-year campaign to repaint and refurbish the iconic aircraft in the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History’s nine-acre outdoor exhibit area, Heritage Park.Learn More