History of a
Community,
Memory of an
Industry

Our Mission

The Indian Point Heritage Project is a historical research endeavor committed to recording, documenting, and preserving the memories of the lower Hudson Valley nuclear power workforce that labored from 1962 to 2021.

News
Briefs

7/1/21 — The Indian Point Heritage Project is seeking retired or active plant workers to assist with archiving, locating interviewees, and public outreach. We are also looking to form an advisory board. If interested, please reply in the “connect” box.

5/26/21 — The Indian Point Heritage Project has received a generous donation of a museum exhibit from Entergy. The collection includes construction photographs mounted on foam boards, awards, pins, and hard hats from ConEdison, NYPA, and Entergy. The Heritage Project hopes to loan the exhibit to a local historical society in addition to digital monitors highlighting the oral history interviews.

4/28/21 — Indian Point Unit 3 has ceased operations. Congratulations to the workforce for the new world record for 751 days of continuous operation! The mark is a world record for commercial light water nuclear power reactors. The previous record for continuous days online was 739 and set in 2006 by Exelon’s LaSalle Unit 1 station. Although the plant has closed, the work to preserve the history of Indian Point workforce has taken new urgency. Join us and continue the legacy.

Vision

To provide a digital archive for the preservation of workforce memories.

To expand awareness of civilian nuclear power operations and technology.

To build a community venue that encourages volunteer support and participation.

To create a traveling museum exhibit highlighting project participants and archival records from Indian Point.

Recent Interviews

Tell Us Your Story

Add your memories to this priceless archival collection and leave a lasting monument of your work, skills, and ingenuity. Click below for an interview request. 

The views and opinions expressed in recorded interviews are those of the interviewees and do not necessarily reflect the policies or positions of the Indian Point Heritage Project, Entergy, Clarkson University, ConEdison, or NYPA.

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