DALLAS – Luminant's Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant is donating $50,000 each to Hood and Somervell Counties to go toward emergency preparedness activities. The donations will be formally made during this week's commissioners court meetings. Continue reading
Latest report highlights progress in environmental leadership, stewardship and compliance.
DALLAS – As the largest power generator in Texas, Luminant is proud to be a leader in providing reliable electricity for a growing state while being thoughtful stewards of our environment and continuing our exemplary record of regulatory compliance.
DALLAS – Developing the company's next generation of skilled energy employees, Luminant is pleased to announce that 24 Tyler Junior College students from the second graduating Power Track class have received job placements. The graduates will begin their new energy careers at a Luminant power plant this June.
DALLAS – This week, Luminant released a new advertising campaign: "Powering Texas. Today. Tomorrow. Together.” With the important summer months ahead and the increasing demand for power that comes with them, Luminant and its employees prove they are up for the challenge – extending a legacy that goes back more than 130 years – to continue providing much-needed electricity for the growing state.
DALLAS – As an industry leader in environmental stewardship, Luminant and its employees are helping Texas Parks and Wildlife Department's Eastern wild turkey restoration effort reach new heights – recently welcoming over 80 turkeys to their new home in Rusk County.
DALLAS – As a proud veteran supporter and military-friendly employer, Luminant is helping provide the keys to a bright future for a North Texas family, donating $5,000 to Operation Finally Home. The nonprofit organization provides custom-made, mortgage-free homes to wounded and disabled veterans and will use Luminant's contribution to complete a home in Little Elm, Texas for U.S. Army Sgt. Stephen Jackel and his family.
DALLAS – As a tribute to Terrell Cowherd, a Luminant employee who died assisting others, the company has contributed $5,000 to the Prairie View A&M University Civil Engineering Scholarship fund, which will endow the scholarship for future generations. Prairie View A&M will match the donation, and students interested in the school's civil engineering program can apply for the scholarship this spring.
DALLAS – With the commitment to make Hood County an even safer community, especially during emergency situations, Luminant today donated $50,000 toward construction of the new Emergency Operations Center. Construction of the EOC is already underway and should be finished in February.
DALLAS – Luminant today released the following statement regarding the news coverage of our Liberty Mine land purchases in East Texas:
Luminant respects and shares the attachment Texans have for their land and that's why we purchase, mine and reclaim our land responsibly. It's also why we are sensitive to the feelings of the Finley family and have dealt with them with care, thoroughness and fairness just as we have with all property owners for more than 40 years.
DALLAS – Cultivating interest in environmental education, more than 100 rare carnivorous pitcher plants from Luminant’s Big Brown Turlington Mine are finding a second life at the Dallas Arboretum. The recently donated plants will be featured in the new Rory Meyers Children’s Adventure Garden and are helping plant the seed of environmental awareness and stewardship with future generations.