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08.25.2014

Saying the project will establish an important hedge against natural gas price volatility, Georgia regulators Tuesday approved a proposal by Southern Co. subsidiary Georgia Power to bill ratepayers for $389 million spent last year on the two new reactors...

08.22.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

The Labor Department has ruled that a cleanup contractor at the Energy Department’s Hanford site retaliated against an employee for raising safety issues, saying Washington River Protection Solutions Inc. showed “callous disregard” for her...

08.21.2014

In a step forward for the controversial project, Westinghouse Electric Co. Wednesday announced an agreement with Blue Castle Holdings to jointly develop plans to deploy two of Westinghouse’s advanced AP1000 reactors at a nuclear power plant being...

08.20.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

While noting that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission did not substantiate the whistleblower’s complaint, Connecticut officials have recommended the state open an investigation into allegations by a former security official at the Millstone nuclear plant...

08.20.2014

The Energy Department announced Tuesday it has awarded a $10.4 million sole-source cooperative agreement to the Southern States Energy Board to convene representatives of 15 states across the nation to discuss and develop state plans regarding DOE transuranic...

08.19.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

Over a partial dissent by the agency’s chairman, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has granted the operator of the shuttered Kewaunee nuclear plant exemptions from some of its emergency planning requirements, agreeing with NRC staff analyses that found...

08.19.2014

In a major step forward for the uranium enrichment firm’s effort to come out of bankruptcy, USEC Inc. announced Monday that investors holding more than 99 percent of its convertible notes have voted in favor of the company’s reorganization plan...

08.15.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

With the Energy Department poised to give final approval for construction of the high-priority project, independent inspectors both inside and outside DOE are raising concerns about the design of a new transuranic waste storage facility to be built at Los...

08.12.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

In a setback sure to add millions of dollars to the project’s multi-billion dollar price tag, South Carolina Electric & Gas Co. said Monday that the two new reactors under construction at its majority-owned VC Summer nuclear plant will be delayed 12...

08.12.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

The Energy Department’s inspector general has questioned plans by the National Nuclear Security Administration for a $9.5 million expansion of biological agent lab capabilities at Los Alamos National Laboratory, saying the semi-autonomous DOE weapons...


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