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08.04.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

A federal judge this week ruled that the Imperial Irrigation District could proceed with a lawsuit that accuses the California Independent System Operator of “monopolistic conduct” and other wrongful actions in allegedly reneging on promises to...

08.04.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

In a safety dispute rarely heard by the agency, antinuclear groups told a panel of Nuclear Regulatory Commission administrative law judges Wednesday that plans by a Southern Co.-led team to add more “hydrogen igniters” to two new reactors under...

08.04.2016

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced Wednesday that the agency’s staff has completed a favorable safety evaluation of Duke Energy’s proposal to build two Westinghouse nuclear reactors at the William States Lee site in South Carolina...

08.03.2016

In a decision that EnergySolutions says will open the way for it to collect “significant” damages, the United Kingdom’s High Court ruled Friday that a British government agency “fudged” and “manipulated” its scoring...

08.03.2016

Mike Rencheck, formerly a top official of Areva and chief nuclear officer at American Electric Power, has been named president and chief operating officer of Bruce Power, effective August 15, the Canadian nuclear power company announced last month. Rencheck...

08.02.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

In a first-of-a-kind program that could serve as a model for other states hoping to prevent closure of carbon-free nuclear plants, New York regulators Monday unanimously approved Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s plan to create valuable “zero emission”...

08.02.2016

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission said Monday it has sent an augmented inspection team to Westinghouse’s nuclear fuel fabrication plant in Columbia, S.C., to look into the recent discovery of “excessive” amounts of uranium-bearing material...

08.01.2016

In a last-minute switch that stunned the backers of the plant, the British government last week announced a delay in signing support agreements for two new reactors to be built by Electricite de France at the Hinkley Point site in southwestern England, saying...

07.29.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

In a major boost for the global nuclear industry, the board of directors of Electricite de France Thursday formally approved plans to build two new reactors at the Hinkley Point site in Britain, despite a massive price tag that critics said far exceeded the...

07.29.2016

A citizens advisory board sponsored by the Energy Department to provide local input on cleanup of the agency’s Savannah River Site this week formally opposed a DOE plan to bring spent reactor fuel from Germany to the South Carolina facility for...


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