Scott Rutenkroger named Limerick's senior resident inspector.

Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) officials in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania., chose Scott Rutenkroger to be the new senior resident inspector at the Limerick Nuclear Power Plant on Monday. 

Rutenkroger, an electrical engineering doctoral graduate from the University of Missouri-Rolla, was most recently the senior resident inspector at Vermont Yankee. He previously was resident inspector at the James A. FitzPatrick nuclear plant in Scriba, New York. Rutenkroger is a graduat of the NRC’s Nuclear Safety Professional Development Program, a rigorous two-year training program that provides both a broad and a specialized perspective of all NRC activities.

Rutenkroger also completed a rigorous NRC inspector qualification program to best enable him in the observation and execution of Limerick’s day-to-day operations. Rutenkroger’s previous nuclear industry experience is expected to greatly contribute to operations at the two-unit Exelon Nuclear site.  

“Scott Rutenkroger has the experience, training and commitment to safety that is needed for the NRC to carry out its mission of protecting people and the environment by ensuring the safe operation of the Limerick units,” NRC Region I Administrator Dan Dorman said.

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