Videos
Voices from the Community

We interviewed Ohioans about why they are concerned about Ohio’s nuclear plant closures.


Ottawa County Emergency Management Director Supports Ohio’s Nuclear Plants

Ohio’s nuclear plants uphold their local communities and contribute to the entire state. In this video, Director of Ottawa County Emergency Management, Fred Petersen, explains the far-reaching emergency management and electric grid implications of Davis-Besse and Perry’s potential closures.


Central Ohio Building Trade Council Executive Secretary-Treasurer Supports Ohio’s Nuclear Plants

Ohio’s nuclear plants uphold their local communities and contribute to the entire state. In this video, Executive Secretary-Treasurer of the Columbus/Central Ohio Building Trades Council, Dorsey Hager, explains why he thinks it is so important for the state to keep the plants open.


Local Business Owner Supports Ohio’s Nuclear Plants

Ohio’s nuclear plants uphold their local communities and contribute to the entire state. In this video, local business owner, Amy West, explains how the plants closing could impact her business and the sense of community that it provides.


Ohio’s Environment Depends on Nuclear Energy

It’s time to save the source of 90% of Ohio’s zero-emission energy. The Davis-Besse and Perry nuclear plants play an essential part in sustaining the natural environment and emit nothing but water vapor. Clearing up misconceptions about nuclear energy, these Ohio community leaders are here to tell you Ohio’s environment is better off because of nuclear energy.


Plant Employees Talk About the Importance of Nuclear in Ohio

If we lose Ohio’s Davis-Besse and Perry nuclear plants, over 4,000 jobs will be at risk. Hear from plant workers on what their jobs, and the plant, mean to them and the state.


Protect Ohio’s Nuclear Plants and Jobs

Ohio’s Davis-Besse and Perry nuclear plants must remain open to protect the jobs and economic benefits, zero-emission energy, and grid reliability they provide.