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06.28.2016 | BY Chris Holly

In response to a series of revelations two years ago that members of the state utility commission had conducted illegal “ex parte” communications with California utility executives involving cases before the commission, California Gov. Jerry Brown...

06.28.2016 | BY George Lobsenz

Despite efforts by the lab operator to strengthen vital safety equipment against earthquake damage, a federal safety oversight board has told the Energy Department that fire suppression systems in Los Alamos National Laboratory’s plutonium facility...

06.28.2016

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced Monday that Kriss Kennedy, a 28-year veteran of the agency, has been promoted to the new administrator of NRC’s Region 4 office in Arlington, Texas, which oversees 13 nuclear plants in 22 states, including...

06.24.2016

Ernest Moniz likely would remain as energy secretary if presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton wins the November election, according to sources who say he forged strong ties with Bill Clinton’s White House as a senior DOE official...

06.24.2016

The American Nuclear Society last week announced that Andy Klein, professor in the School of Nuclear Science and Engineering at Oregon State University, became president of the group, effective June 16. Elected to the group’s board of directors at its...

06.23.2016

In a leadership transition that comes at a sensitive time for the Toshiba-owned nuclear vendor, Westinghouse Electric Co. Wednesday named a new acting president and chief executive officer to replace Danny Roderick, who has been promoted to president and CEO...

06.23.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Florida Power & Light Co. inked a legal agreement Tuesday with Florida regulators that gives the company 10 years to stop extensive seepage of super-salty water from reactor cooling water canals at its Turkey Point nuclear plant, including the westward...

06.22.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

In an innovative but potentially costly deal with antinuclear groups that was spurred by California’s expansive renewable energy requirements, Pacific Gas & Electric said Tuesday it would close its Diablo Canyon nuclear plant 20 years earlier than...

06.22.2016

The National Nuclear Security Administration has cited the operator of the Energy Department’s Los Alamos National Laboratory for eight violations of workplace safety regulations associated with a May 2015 arc flash event at the lab’s Technical...

06.21.2016

In an apparent attempt to rejuvenate stalled House-Senate negotiations on energy legislation, two senior House Republican leaders issued a statement Monday saying they want to hammer out a bill that can be signed by President Obama, who has issued multiple...


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