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Susquehanna Steam Electric Station Donates $103,000 to Berwick Area United Way

10.08.2021

Funds were raised through annual events organized by station employees to support local United Way’s agencies and programs


Berwick, Columbia County, PA - As part of its commitment to supporting the community in which it operates, Susquehanna Steam Electric Station (Susquehanna) recently announced that it donated over $103,000 to the Berwick Area United Way. Susquehanna raised the funds through its 11th annual Susquehanna/United Way Charity Golf Tournament and its 3rd annual Susquehanna/United Way Sporting Clay and Trap Shoot event. Collectively, Susquehanna has raised nearly $900,000 through these events since their inception.

 

Susquehanna Steam Electric Station hosted its 11th annual Charity Golf Tournament on Friday September 10.  Employee and vendor participants helped to raise over $95,000 for the Berwick Area United Way.  Pictured (L-R): Kip McCabe, project manager – Work Management, Susquehanna Steam Electric Station and event Chairperson; Brad Berryman, senior vice president and CNO Susquehanna Steam Electric Station; Ayrin Shortlidge, community impact coordinator Berwick Area United Way; Bill Jones, President and CEO United Way of Wyoming Valley

 

“Susquehanna Station is proud to support the Berwick Area United Way through our annual golf tournament and sporting clay and trap shoot,” said senior vice president Chief Nuclear Officer, Brad Berryman. “We are grateful to all the volunteers and sponsors who helped to make these events a success, especially Kip McCabe, project manager – Work Management, who again served as golf tournament Chairperson, and Joey Alba, Electrical Maintenance superintendent, who chaired the shoot fundraiser. Our thanks also extend to our committee members and vendor partners for their participation and support.”

 

Susquehanna employees organize and participate in these annual events to raise funds for the many local programs and agencies that the Berwick Area United Way supports. Susquehanna’s vendors and key partners also participate and help sponsor the events, and this year, vendors constructing Talen’s Cumulus data center campus also joined and supported the events. In addition to these events, Susquehanna supports the Berwick Area United Way through an annual employee giving campaign, donations for their Stuff the Bus school supply drive, and volunteer resources for their annual Day of Caring. 

 

The Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, located about seven miles north of Berwick, Pennsylvania, is owned jointly by Susquehanna Nuclear LLC and Allegheny Electric Cooperative Inc. and is operated by Susquehanna Nuclear. Its two units generate approximately 2,500 megawatts of carbon-free electricity, enough to power two million homes. 

For information, visit www.susquehannanuclear.com.

 

Susquehanna Nuclear LLC is one of Talen Energy's generating affiliates. Talen Energy is one of the largest competitive power generation and infrastructure companies in North America. Talen Energy owns and/or controls approximately 13,000 megawatts of generating capacity in wholesale U.S. power markets, principally in the Mid-Atlantic, Texas and Montana. Talen Energy, through its subsidiary Cumulus Growth, is also developing a large-scale portfolio of renewable energy, battery storage, and digital infrastructure assets across its expansive footprint with a goal of leading the clean energy and digital infrastructure transition and being a Force for Good for its people and communities along the way. 

For more information, visit https://www.talenenergy.com/about-talen/

 


Media Contact:

Taryne Williams, Director Corporate Communications
Taryne.Williams@TalenEnergy.com

610-601-0327



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