Nuclear Regulatory Commission Region I

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission Region I is one of the regions of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Headquartered in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, oversees the north-eastern United States.

Region I consists of 17 nuclear power plants.

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