COOK NUCLEAR PLANT

The Donald C. Cook Nuclear Plant is located on 650 acres along Lake Michigan’s eastern shoreline in Berrien County, Michigan. The plant is owned and operated by American Electric Power. At full power, the two units can generate enough electricity for more than 1.5 million homes. Welcome to our site. We invite you to explore, learn and interact.


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NO FOOLING! COOK SIREN TEST TO RUN A FULL THREE MINUTES ON APRIL 1

March 29, 2017

Even though it falls on April Fools' Day, this year's extended testing of the Indiana Michigan Power's Cook Nuclear Plant early warning siren system is no joke. The regularly-scheduled first Saturday of the month siren test typically lasts for about one minute, but each April, the sirens sound for a continued...


COOK NUCLEAR PLANT UNIT 2 BEGINS EXTENDED REFUELING OUTAGE

October 3, 2016

Indiana Michigan Power's Cook Nuclear Plant Unit 2 will begin its twenty-second refueling outage Tuesday at midnight. Power was reduced to 50 percent Sunday evening for equipment testing prior to the outage. During the 18-month fuel cycle, the unit is projected to have generated 13.5 million megawat continued...


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