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05.11.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Although nuclear industry groups are clamoring for Congress to pass pending legislation to establish new and streamlined Nuclear Regulatory Commission licensing processes for advanced reactors, NRC Chairman Stephen Burns said flatly last week that the agency...

05.11.2016

Fred Hughes, a veteran nuclear industry official with extensive cleanup experience at Energy Department sites, has been named as president of Fluor Idaho LLC, the new contractor chosen by DOE to take over decontamination and decommissioning operations at the...

05.10.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

The California Public Utilities Commission Monday re-opened Monday a 2014 settlement forcing ratepayers to pay the lion’s share of the $4.7 billion in costs incurred by Southern California Edison in the premature closing of its San Onofre nuclear plant...

05.10.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

In a potentially big development for countries seeking a nuclear waste disposal strategy, a new report commissioned by the government of South Australia recommends the state begin developing storage and disposal facilities for other countries’ spent...

05.10.2016

The Senate Monday for the third time failed to limit debate on the Senate energy and water appropriations bill, with Democrats united in denying the Republican leadership sufficient votes to move forward on consideration of the bill over their opposition to a...

05.09.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Prodded by utility warnings that the zero-emission facilities are facing closure, lawmakers in Illinois and Connecticut have proposed bills to provide new revenues for financially ailing nuclear plants, saying the plants must be kept running for their states...

05.09.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

In another small advance for the controversial project, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Friday released a supplemental environmental impact statement on the proposed Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository that concludes there would be “small”...

05.09.2016

The Energy Department last week announced that it has extended the contract of its Los Alamos National Laboratory operator for one year through September 2018, saying more time is needed to transition cleanup work at the New Mexico nuclear weapons facility to...

05.06.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

The Tennessee Valley Authority board of directors voted Thursday to sell its Bellefonte nuclear site in northern Alabama, ending a decades-long effort by the federal power utility to complete two partially built reactors there and opening the door for a push...

05.06.2016

James Taylor, head of Aecom’s nuclear and environmental cleanup management unit, has jumped to Bechtel to become the general manager of the engineering giant’s environmental business line, leading government and commercial cleanup projects...


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