A split of Exelon Corp. resulted Wednesday in a new company. Constellation Energy Corp. now officially owns the Limerick Generating Station and other formerly Exelon energy-producing sites.
County emergency management officials on Monday at 2 p.m. will test the siren system surrounding the Limerick nuclear power generating station within a 10-mile radius. It happens twice every year.
Potassium iodide pills are being made available locally for use only by direction during a potential nuclear alert. They can be picked up Sept. 16 in Pottstown or Boyertown, or from county health officials weekdays during business hours.
Response planners for Exelon Nuclear's Limerick Generating Station hope you'll complete a 5-minute, anonymous survey related to travel planning in the event of an emergency. Only one per household is needed.
Exelon's Limerick Generating Station employees and the company's foundation combined to donate money and volunteer time during 2020 to local causes and non-profit organizations.
The second of this year's two full-volume siren warning tests surrounding the Limerick Generating Station is planned to occur today (Monday, Dec. 2) at 2 p.m. It affects a 10-mile radius in three counties.
Montgomery County Family Services' Meals on Wheels program has benefited from a $7,000 holiday donation by Exelon Corp. and its Limerick Generating Station.
Full Thanksgiving meals will be enjoyed this year by about 200 Pottstown area families, through the generosity of Exelon Corp. employees at the Limerick Generating Station.