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Quad Cities Station Hosts Moline High School

 

A group of 33 students from Moline High School visited Quad Cities Station for Nuclear 101. The students toured the simulator and fish hatchery with Jeremiah Haas, learning about the benefits of nuclear as a zero-emissions source of electricity.​

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