On Tuesday, the federal regulators will hold an open house in Plymouth to discuss its annual safety assessment at the Pilgrim nuclear plant.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s full-time inspectors, technical experts, and managers will be available for one-on-one talks.
Afterward, commission representatives will brief Plymouth selectmen about plans for a dry cask storage facility for spent nuclear fuel at Pilgrim.
The meeting will include a public question-and-answer session.
The N.R.C. found no performance problems at Pilgrim last year above the level considered very low risk.
Tuesday’s meeting will run from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at Plymouth Town Hall.