A model shows the interior of the nuclear power plant. In the background is a group of people who follow the guide attentively.

Gösgen Nuclear Power Plant for schools.

Travel with the Day Pass for Schools: how does nuclear fission work?

Experience the place that generates 13% of Switzerland’s electricity.

Pupils follow the story of radioactivity made visible, take a look at the control room, find out how steam powers the turbines and generator and feel the airflow next to the 150m-high cooling tower. The exhibition offers them a fun opportunity to deepen their knowledge of electricity production from nuclear energy. A visit to the Gösgen Nuclear Power Plant is an excellent addition to all teaching topics relating to energy.

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