World of Energy A Discovery Awaits You
The World of Energy will be closed Monday, Sept. 7, for Labor Day.
Located at Oconee Nuclear Station in Seneca, South Carolina, Duke Energy’s World of Energy is an exciting way to learn about electricity in a fun, interactive environment.
The World of Energy opened in July 1969 while the nuclear power plant was still being built. Visitors could stand on the balcony of the visitor’s center and observe the construction of all three reactors. Since that time, more than three million people have passed through the doors of the World of Energy.
Individuals and large groups can easily spend hours visiting. Admission is free and there is plenty of parking available. Whether learning how electricity is produced, exploring the great outdoors, or enjoying a picnic along the shores of Lake Keowee, there truly is something for everyone.