Tentative deal reached in labor dispute at nuclear power plant

Entergy Nuclear and the Utility Workers Union of America (UWUA) Local 369 on June 19 reached a tentative agreement on a new, four-year labor contract of pay and benefits, pending a ratification vote by Union membership, for workers at the 688 MW Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant in Massachusetts.

“We appreciate the hard work of both parties to get to this point and believe this proposal represents fair and equitable terms both for our employees and the company,” said Pilgrim’s Site Vice President Robert Smith.

The Union will be scheduling a ratification vote and Entergy (NYSE: ETR) said it looks forward to a positive outcome. The details of the new contract are not being disclosed at this time.

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