COATESVILLE PA – Exelon Nuclear, which operates the Limerick Generating Station, meets Wednesday (Oct. 7, 2009) at 1 p.m. with members of area media outlets in its Coatesville PA information center for an annual explanation of its plans in case of a nuclear emergency in Limerick, or at its Peach Bottom or Three Mile Island generating stations.

The two-hour event is not open to the general public, but the content of the meeting likely will be the subject of news reports Thursday.

An invitation to the media distributed in mid-September said the meeting would offer “a full understanding of what would happen at the stations – and where public information will emanate – in the unlikely event of an emergency.” Topics for discussion were to include nuclear energy basics, basic radiation protection, emergency planning overview, and a tour of the information center and an emergency operations facility.

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