Nuclear Matinee: Nuclear Energy's Value – Columbia Generating Station

February 7, 2014, 3:47PMANS Nuclear Cafe

In honor of the Seattle Seahawks' convincing victory in the Super Bowl just a few short days ago, today's Nuclear Matinee videos come straight from the great state of Washington, home to Energy Northwest's 1,170-megawatt Columbia Generating Station-which, incidentally, produces enough electricity to power a city the size of Seattle.

In fact, this entertaining 30-second PSA would be quite suitable for energizing halftime during any lopsided Super Bowl:

What if you could eliminate the carbon emissions from half the passenger cars in Washington State? In effect, that's what Columbia Generating Station does every year:

Thanks to Energy Northwest YouTube for producing these fine videos. Viewers are encouraged to visit to learn more.

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