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Zion Nuclear Power Station was the third dual-reactor nuclear power plant in the Commonwealth Edison (ComEd) network and served Chicago and the northern quarter of Illinois. The plant was built in 1973, and the first unit started producing power in December, 1973.  The second unit came online in September 1974.  This power generating station is located on 257 acres (104 ha) of Lake Michigan shoreline, in the city of Zion, Lake County, Illinois.
ZionSolutions is a subsidiary of EnergySolutions responsible for decommissioning the Zion Nuclear Power Station in Zion, Illinois 45 miles north of Chicago on the shores of Lake Michigan. The goal of the project is to safely transfer the spent fuel onsite to a highly technically engineered storage pad. Once the fuel is safely removed deconstruction of the power plant will begin. Proprietary, proven technologies and process will be utilized to ensure worker and public safety during all decommissioning activities.