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Nuclear

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04.13.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

The United Kingdom’s nuclear regulator says it has run into “a difficult period” in its safety review of Westinghouse’s AP1000 nuclear reactor, warning that it has lost “regulatory confidence” in the project due to...

04.12.2016

The Nuclear Energy Institute announced Monday the hiring of Electric Power Research Institute executive Revis James to serve as vice president for policy development and planning for the nuclear industry trade group. James succeeds current NEI Vice President...

04.11.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

In what appears to be the first public comment on the issue by the Russian government, Russian President Vladimir Putin last week expressed concern about the Obama administration’s plan to change its strategy for complying with a U.S.-Russian...

04.11.2016

Exelon Corp. last week for the first time explicitly warned that its Nine Mile nuclear plant in upstate New York is losing money and at risk of closure, lumping that plant together with two other upstate nuclear plants known to be in financial peril and...

04.11.2016

ConverDyn, operator of the sole U.S. uranium hexafluoride conversion plant, last week signed an agreement with Kazakhstan’s state-run uranium producer to jointly offer natural uranium hexafluoride to nuclear utilities. ConverDyn, owned by General...

04.08.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

An independent review of safety plans for the restart of the Energy Department’s Waste Isolation Pilot Plant has concluded that workers at the underground nuclear waste repository would not be adequately protected against radioactive releases in the...

04.07.2016

Annie Caputo, a senior aide to Senate Environment and Public Works Committee Chairman James Inhofe and former Exelon Corp. executive, is being backed by congressional Republicans and nuclear industry officials as a prime candidate to succeed outgoing Nuclear...

04.06.2016 | BY JIM DAY

In a dire warning of impending power outages, California utility regulators and the state’s grid operator said Tuesday that millions of customers in Los Angeles and throughout southern California face the “distinct possibility” of power...

04.06.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

As a result of lengthy analyses following the 2011 Fukushima nuclear accident, Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff is recommending further consideration of possible new nuclear plant safety requirements to guard against potential damage from heavy snow load...

04.06.2016

The Energy Department announced last week that it would extend the contract of the cleanup contractor at its Portsmouth, Ohio, uranium enrichment site for 30 months, saying it had decided that keeping Fluor-BWXT Portsmouth LLC would ensure continued momentum...


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