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11.05.2014 | BY CHRIS HOLLY

In a complaint that echoes the nuclear industry’s unhappiness with the proposal, Georgia’s air regulator says the Environmental Protection Agency’s method for calculating required carbon emissions cuts from existing power plants unfairly...

11.04.2014

The Energy Department announced funding awards Friday totaling $13 million to help five consortia overcome technical challenges in the design, construction or operation of advanced nuclear reactor designs they are working on. DOE said it selected projects...

11.03.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

With regulatory action reheating on the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste disposal project, a federal advisory panel warned the Energy Department this month that the agency appears to have lost certain key information related to the handling and management of...

10.31.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

Amid signs the troubled project remains very much alive despite Energy Department efforts to suspend it, the contractor building the Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility at DOE’s Savannah River Site in South Carolina has announced a change in...

10.30.2014

Calling it a major milestone for the company, Lightbridge Corp. has announced a preliminary agreement with Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. to fabricate and test Lightbridge’s proprietary metallic nuclear fuel at AECL’s Chalk River, Ontario...

10.29.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

In an unusual new safety issue for the already delayed project, a federal safety oversight board has expressed concern that the Energy Department is redesigning the massive nuclear waste processing plant under construction at its Hanford site without...

10.28.2014 | BY ERIC LINDEMAN

In an incident that had the potential to affect offsite areas, Honeywell confirmed Monday that its uranium conversion plant at Metropolis, Ill., had a uranium hexafluoride gas leak from process equipment Sunday night, but said it was able to contain the leak...

10.28.2014

The attorneys general of New York, Vermont and Connecticut served notice Monday that they plan to sue the Nuclear Regulatory Commission over the commission’s recently issued “continued storage of spent nuclear fuel” rule, arguing the rule...

10.27.2014

Areva said Wednesday that Chief Operating Officer Philippe Knoche has been temporarily named chairman of the company’s executive board, filling one of the positions held by former President, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Board Chairman Luc...

10.24.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

In an apparent strategy to speed disposal of its defense waste and minimize further tussles with states where that waste is currently stored, the Energy Department set the stage Thursday for a revamp of its nuclear waste management program with a report...


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