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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

So called expert to speak in Hawaii, runs Indian Point

Anyone in Hawaii want to "get some facts" or provide some point blank questions. If I go, this will get interesting. Impact on the US and the Future of Nuclear Energy in the US Thursday, July 12, 2012 12:00-1:30 Plaza Club 20th floor, Pioneer Plaza Building Price: $30 members, $40 non-members RSVP: Lisa Gibson via e-mail: no later than NOON on Wednesday before the meeting. No-shows may be charged. (Note: Ali’i Place and Harbor Court offer the best parking rates) Lawrence M. Coyle Lawrence M. Coyle is currently the General Manager of Plant Operations for Entergy’s Indian Point EnergyCenter in New York. Previous to joining Entergy, Mr. Coyle served as V.P. of Nuclear Operations at Exelon inIllinois. Mr. Coyle is a 30 year veteran of the nuclear industry beginning his career with Exelon at Dresden Nuclear Power Station as an engineer in 1982. He moved on to achieve the license of Senior Reactor Operator and held leadership positions of field supervisor, main control room supervisor and shift manager. He has also served as the mechanical maintenance manager and work management director at Dresden. During his tenure at Dresden, he served for one year as an operations peer evaluator for the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations from 1995 to 1996. Following his work at Dresden, Mr. Coyle served as operations director at LaSalle Nuclear Power Station. He then accepted the position of maintenance director for Braidwood Nuclear Power Station. He was subsequently promoted to plant manager in 2007 where, under his leadership, the organization realized its best safety, human performance and collective radiation exposure results. In March of 2011, Mr. Coyle was one of the first U.S. Nuclear Utility Executives, to travel to Japan and support the effort for the Fukushima event. Mr. Coyle graduated from the Nuclear Engineering Program at Universityof Illinois (Urbana Champaign) and from the Graduate School of Business at University of Chicago. Hmmmm....this guy looks like hes been to hell and back. Maybe he made a deal down there.

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