CALLAN NAMED SITE VICE PRESIDENT AT THREE MILE ISLAND GENERATING STATION
TWP., Pa. (Aug. 3, 2015) — Exelon Generation announced today that
Edward Callan has been named site vice president at Three Mile Island
Generating Station. Callan has more than 30 years of nuclear experience
at Exelon. The site vice president leads a team of approximately 700
highly skilled employees and manages all aspects of plant operations.
Callan replaces Rick Libra, who was recently named site vice president
at Exelon’s Limerick Generating Station in Pottstown, Pa.
becoming Three Mile Island’s site vice president, Callan served as vice
president of outage planning and services for Exelon’s fleet of 23
reactors. Prior to that role, Callan served as vice president of
nuclear oversight, vice president of mid-atlantic operations and plant
manager of Limerick Generating Station.
“I look forward to the
new role and working with Three Mile Island’s team of talented and
dedicated employees,” said Callan. “I’m committed to building on the
many solid relationships we have forged with residents, local officials
and community leaders in the central Pennsylvania area.”
holds a MBA from Drexel University and a bachelor of science degree in
engineering from Widener University. He was licensed by the U.S.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission as a senior reactor operator at Limerick.
Mile Island Generating Station is located approximately 12 miles south
of Harrisburg. The plant produces enough carbon-free electricity to
power approximately 800,000 homes.