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11.25.2014

In a potentially major advance for its efforts to sell nuclear reactors overseas, Westinghouse Electric Co. announced Monday the signing of an agreement with China’s state-owned nuclear power company and Turkey’s government-controlled power...

11.25.2014

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced plans Thursday to increase oversight of Florida Power & Light Co.’s St. Lucie Unit 1 nuclear reactor in Jenson Beach, Fla., after finding the plant’s auxiliary building is not adequately protected...

11.25.2014

The operator of the Energy Department’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has agreed to pay $200,000 to resolve problems that it discovered and disclosed to DOE concerning its program to protect workers from beryllium, a toxic metal that can cause...

11.24.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Government auditors have rapped the Energy Department for being both slow and ineffective in controlling U.S. exports of sensitive commercial nuclear products and services, saying the agency has “consistently” missed deadlines for completing...

11.24.2014

California regulators gave final approval Thursday to a plan allocating costs related to failed steam generators that led to last year’s closure of the San Onofre nuclear plant near San Diego, with the plan requiring ratepayers to pay $3.3 billion over...

11.21.2014 | BY CHRIS HOLLY

States that join together in regional carbon reduction plans to comply with the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan would have more options and reap more efficiencies than states that go it alone to cut emissions from existing power...

11.20.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

In an unusual intervention in a worker safety issue at the Energy Department’s Hanford site, Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson said Wednesday he is suing DOE and one of its contractors to force corrective action to stop episodic releases of...

11.20.2014

In a plan that drew rare praise from both green groups and drillers as setting a fair balance in managing public lands, the U.S. Forest Service Tuesday proposed allowing natural gas drillers to use hydraulic fracturing on existing leases in the 1.1...

11.18.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Outgoing Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Allison Macfarlane said Monday the agency is stymied in reviewing the Yucca Mountain license application because of the Energy Department’s unwillingness to advance the application for the nuclear waste...

11.17.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Advancing a possible model for other operators of financially ailing nuclear plants, New York regulators last week approved a request by Exelon Corp. and Rochester Gas & Electric that the utility negotiate a cost-based contract to buy power from...


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