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08.05.2014 | BY ERIC LINDEMAN

In what would be the most expensive such project yet, fully decommissioning the shuttered San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station in southern California will cost about $4.41 billion and take two decades to complete, principal owner and operator Southern...

08.04.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Suggesting Illinois lawmakers may have a viable remedy in the works for the financially stressed reactors, Exelon President and Chief Executive Officer Chris Crane said Thursday that the company will hold off on decisions on whether to close any of its...

07.31.2014

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced Monday that Chairman Allison Macfarlane has named former National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Chief Financial Officer Maureen Wylie as the new CFO of NRC, effective July 27. Wylie is replacing James Dyer...

07.30.2014

With DOE officials focusing on the possible cause of February’s waste canister breach as a chemical reaction involving a lead glove, kitty litter and other materials, officials at the Energy Department’s Waste Isolation Pilot Plant said Monday...

07.29.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

The Energy Department last week announced it has awarded a three-year, $420 million contract to Fluor Inc. for deactivation of the department’s shuttered Paducah uranium enrichment plant, but warned of huge layoffs of cleanup workers at its retired...

07.29.2014

Duke Energy Progress and a North Carolina municipal power agency announced Monday they have reached an agreement that would allow Duke to purchase the agency’s ownership interests in four Duke nuclear and coal-fired power plants in North Carolina for...

07.28.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

In what would be the first such update in nearly 25 years, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission said Friday it is considering lowering occupational radiation dose limits for nuclear industry workers’ eyes and for pregnant workers to more closely conform to...

07.28.2014

Iberdrola, the Spanish energy giant, has signed a memo of understanding with General Electric Hitachi to analyze options for deployment of GE-Hitachi’s Prism fast reactor technology in collaboration with Britain’s Nuclear Decommissioning...

07.25.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

Amid signs that the administration may be shifting its position in the controversy, the chairman of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee disclosed Thursday that Russia has demanded that U.S. officials drop language in a U.S.-Russia plutonium...

07.25.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

While the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the nuclear industry have made safety improvements following the Fukushima Daiichi accident, the huge earthquake and resulting tsunami that caused the multiple reactor meltdowns at the Japanese plant show that the...


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