At Wednesday's Clinton Chamber of Commerce Business Expo, the Exelon Clinton Nuclear Power Station celebrated 30 years in the community with cake for attendees.
Brett Nauman is Communications Manager at the Power Station and indicates they were also celebrating the clean energy bill signed by the Governor at the same location the Business Expo was at, allowing them to remain in Clinton.
Besides celebrating with cake at the Expo, Nauman indicates they wanted to educate the community on the work they do from helping local groups financially to the man hours they put in at community parks and events.
Also at the Expo, Nauman says they were educating the public about the upcoming outage. He explains they bring the plant offline and it is not producing electricity as hundreds of additional staff come to town to work.
Exelon was among 50-plus vendors at the Wednesday afternoon Business Expo hosted by the Clinton Chamber of Commerce at Clinton High School.