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Community Advisory Panel Meeting (TMI-2 CAP)
Dial +1 385-500-4880
Phone Conference ID: 377086967#
September 21, 2023 6-7:30pm (Hybrid)
Penn State Harrisburg 
Educational Activities Building - North, Room 110.
299 College Avenue, Middletown, PA  17057


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Signing Contract

October 15, 2019

EnergySolutions signs contract with FirstEnergy Corp subsidiaries GPU Nuclear, Inc., Metropolitan Edison Company, Jersey Central Power & Light Company and Pennsylvania Electric Company to acquire all licenses and assets of Unit-2 at the Three Mile Island Nuclear Generating Station located near Middletown, Pennsylvania

Construction Management

FirstEnergy and EnergySolutions submit to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) a license transfer request which was granted on December 2, 2020.

November 12, 2019


December 2, 2020

EnergySolutions Receives Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) Approval for the Three Mile Island Unit-2 Nuclear Power Plant License Transfer.

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December 18, 2020

EnergySolutions announced today that it has completed the nearly two-year process for its EnergySolutions subsidiary, TMI-2 Solutions, to acquire the Three Mile Island Unit-2 Nuclear Power Plant (TMI-2), from subsidiaries of FirstEnergy Corp. The purpose of this sale is to complete the decommissioning process of the facility, located in Londonderry, Pennsylvania.

TMI-2 Solutions acquires TMI-2 from FirstEnergy

Remove and package remaining damaged fuel

Dismantle the physical plant



TMI-2 remains in PDMS for several years while planning continues

Safely store damaged fuel in Interim Waste Storage Facility

Terminate license (approximately 2037)

It is estimated after we transition from post-defueling monitored storage to physical decommissioning activity, it will take about 8 years to remove residual damaged fuel and perform additional decontamination work to begin the next decommissioning phase. We estimate an additional 8 years to dismantle the plant.  At this point we expect the entire project to be completed in 2037, 17 years earlier than the current schedule.   

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