Entergy Nuclear Names Several to New Positions

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Entergy Nuclear names several new leaders to support the fleet of 11 nuclear reactors in nine locations.

Larry Coyle, Indian Point Energy Center site vice president, was named chief operating officer to work alongside COOs Donna Jacobs and John Ventosa. Tony Vitale, current site vice president for Palisades nuclear plant in Michigan, will take Coyle’s former position at Indian Point. Charlie Arnone, interim vice president of operations support, was named site vice president for Palisades. Coyle, Vitale and Arnone begin their new roles in August.

Coyle joined Entergy in 2011 as general manager of plant operations at Indian Point. In 2013, he was named site vice president at FitzPatrick, and has led the team at Indian Point for the last 18 months. He started his nuclear career 33 years ago with Exelon at Dresden Nuclear Power Station.

Vitale began his career as maintenance engineer at Indian Point 33 years ago. In 2011, he started as site vice president at Palisades.

Arnone began his nuclear career 31 years ago after eight years in the U.S. Navy Nuclear Power program. He has operations experience as a licensed reactor operator and senior reactor operator.

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