Advisory Panel Wants Answers on Pilgrim Sale to Holtec


PLYMOUTH – The Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel (NDCAP) is holding a public meeting on Wednesday from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. to seek answers on the future of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth.

The group is looking for detailed answers regarding the financial transaction of the proposed sale and transfer on the station’s property and license from Entergy to Holtec.

They’re looking for answers such as how much, if anything will Holtec pay Entergy for the property, what assets are being acquired and what are Holtec’s plans for the 1,500 acres of land adjacent to the station.

“What this meeting is really designed to do, is to get from Holtec and Entergy the real detailed answers to questions that have really been around since Entergy and Holtec first announced their intentions to do the acquisition and the license transfer,” said panel chairman Sean Mullin.

The meeting will be held at the Plymouth Community Intermediate School.

The NDCAP was established to advise the governor, general court, agencies of the Commonwealth and the public on issues related to the decommissioning of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station.

“Our role as the advisory committee is to make sure that the public, the legislature, the government in general is well informed and really pressing both Holtec and Entergy to be sure that everything is as transparent, as transparent as possible,” said panel member John Flores.


About NewsCenter

The award-winning NewsCenter provides the Cape Cod community with a constant, credible source for local news. We are on the job seven days a week.
737 West Main Street
Hyannis, MA 02601
Contact Us | Advertise Terms of Use 
Employment and EEO | Privacy