Gerry Ryff worked a number of fascinating roles over his multi-decade career. He started in 1970 as an assistant electrical engineer (later engineer and senior engineer) for ConEdison in New York City. His work in the engineering department took him throughout the ConEdison fleet of generating stations, including Ravenswood and Indian Point’s Unit 1. During the early 1980s, Gerry worked on projects for ConEdison’s substations and transmission facilities. From 1985-1993 he worked as a field engineering manager at Indian Point Unit 2. He left in 1993 to work at ConEdison’s Energy Control Center in Manhattan. This facility was the central control point for the company to monitor generation, load, capacity, transmission, and substations. When Gerry returned to Indian Point in 1996, he was assigned to lead the Design Basis Verification Project-a monumental effort to examine over 40 years of agreements with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. His final years in the industry covered engineering training, engineering process alignment, and contracting work for Entergy. Listeners will not only learn about Indian Point’s engineering department but key aspects of ConEdison’s operations and energy network.