Nuclear Reactor Shutdown List
Reactor Name State Type Capacity
Net MW(e)
Operating
License Issued
Shutdown
Date
Status
Big Rock Point MI BWR 67 12/8/1962 8/29/1997 ISFSI Only
Dresden 1 IL BWR 197 4/15/1960 11/31/1978 SAFSTOR
Fermi 1 MI FBR 65 8/5/1966 11/29/1972 DECON
Fort St. Vrain CO HTGR 330 12/11/1976 8/29/1989 ISFSI Only
GE Valecitos CA BWR N/a 8/31/1957 12/9/1963 SAFSTOR
Haddam Neck CT PWR 560 8/7/1967 12/4/1996 ISFSI Only
Humboldt Bay 3 CA BWR 63 4/18/1963 7/2/1976 DECON
Indian Point-1 NY PWR 257 9/16/1962 10/31/1974 SAFSTOR
La Crosse WI BWR 48 4/26/1968 4/30/1987 DECON
Maine Yankee ME PWR 860 11/8/1972 8/1/1997 ISFSI Only
Millstone 1 CT BWR 641 11/29/1970 7/1/1998 SAFSTOR
N.S. Savannah VA PWR 74 7/21/1959 1/10/1972 SAFSTOR
Pathfinder SD Superheat BWR 190 7/25/1966 10/1/1967 License Terminated
Peach Bottom 1 PA HTGR 40 1/27/1967 11/1/1974 SAFSTOR
Rancho Seco 1 CA PWR 873 10/13/1974 6/7/1989 DECON
San Onofre 1 CA PWR 436 7/16/1967 11/30/1992 ISFSI Only
Saxton PA PWR 28 1/3/1967 1/5/1972 License Terminated
Shoreham NY BWR 820 1/8/1986 1/5/1989 License Terminated
Three Mile Island 2 PA PWR 880 4/21/1978 3/28/1979 SAFSTOR [1]
Trojan OR PWR 1,095 12/23/1975 11/9/1992 ISFSI Only
Yankee-Rowe MA PWR 167 12/24/1963 10/1/1991 ISFSI Only
Zion 1 IL PWR 1,040 4/28/1973 1/1/1998 DECON
Zion 2 IL PWR 1,040 12/26/1973 1/1/1998 DECON
Sources: 
http://www.nrc.gov/reading-rm/doc-collections/fact-sheets/decommissioning.html
ISFSI Only: An Independent Spent Fuel Storage Installation used to temporarily stor spent nuclear fuel.  ISFSI Only is defined as a plant  license that only permits spent nuclear fuel storage.
DECON: DECONN is defined as the immediate dismantlement of the facility soon after it closes. Equipment, structures, and portions of the facility containing radioactive contaminants are removed or decontaminated to a level that permits release of the property and termination of the NRC license.
SAFSTOR: SAFSTOR is considered to be “delayed DECON”. A nuclear facility is maintained and monitored in a condition that allows the radioactivity to decay; afterwards, it is dismantled and the property decontaminated.

Notes:[1] Decommissioned when TMI-1 decommissioned