After decades of contentious public battles, the Indian Point Energy Center in Buchanan has powered down its final reactor. What do you think about it?
For the first time in decades, Westchester County’s Indian Point nuclear facility is no longer supplying roughly 25% of New York City’s—and a good chunk of our own—electricity. The final reactor was shut down for good this month, following years of public opposition to the energy center and ongoing disputes over who will manage the cleanup of the site.
As the Village of Buchanan and Westchester County move forward into a future without Indian Point, we want to know your thoughts and feelings on the subject. Take our anonymous, one-minute survey to have your voice heard in a future issue of Westchester Magazine.