Palo Verde Generating Station
Palo Verde has been the nation’s largest clean-air energy producer of any kind for more than 25 years. With seven owners located in Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas, the plant is a critical asset to the Southwest. It generates more than 32 million megawatt-hours annually – enough power for more than 4 million people.
Sandia National Labs
Sandia National Laboratories is operated and managed by National Technology and Engineering Solutions of Sandia, LLC., a wholly owned subsidiary of Honeywell International, Inc. National Technology and Engineering Solutions of Sandia operates Sandia National Laboratories as a contractor for the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) and supports numerous federal, state, and local government agencies, companies, and organizations.
Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union
Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union serves the high-tech and professional communities in Albuquerque, NM and Livermore, CA. In 1948, 15 employees of Sandia National Laboratories saw the need for a credit union in Albuquerque. Since then, Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union has been dedicated to offering high value and outstanding personal service. Today, SLFCU has ten branches in New Mexico and California's Bay Area, more than 92,000 members, and over $2 billion in assets.
Mothers for Nuclear
We are friends, mothers, environmentalists, scientists, and engineers. We used to be skeptical of nuclear. Now we consider it essential to protecting our children from pollution, our landscapes from sprawl, and future generations from global warming.
North American Young Generation in Nuclear
The NAYGN unites young professionals who believe in nuclear science and technology and are working together throughout North America to share their passion for a field that is alive and kicking!
Students for Nuclear
We are students supporting one another to engage in nuclear advocacy.
U.S. Women in Nuclear
U.S. Women in Nuclear (U.S. WIN) is the premier network of over 8,000 women and men who work in nuclear- and radiation-related fields around the country. U.S. WIN members participate in networking, professional development and outreach activities through local chapters, regional organizations, and the national organization. Local chapters are organized based on company, university/college, or geographic region.