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06.06.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Handing the Nuclear Regulatory Commission a legal victory important to its ability to license new reactors, a federal appeals court ruled Friday that the commission properly met its legal obligations in analyzing the possible environmental impacts of...

06.03.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Citing the failure of state lawmakers to advance legislation to aid the money-losing plants, Exelon Corp. said Thursday it will notify federal regulators within 30 days of its plans to close the Quad Cities and Clinton nuclear plants and take other concrete...

06.02.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

In a rare moment of agreement with congressional Republicans, a nuclear nonproliferation group last week criticized the Energy Department’s purchase of heavy water from Iran, saying the Obama administration is wrongly supporting Iran’s continued...

06.02.2016

Senior Energy Department officials last week proposed a reorganization of the agency’s troubled environmental cleanup program that they said would streamline chain-of-command reporting lines and thus help its field offices more efficiently and...

06.01.2016

Global Nuclear Fuel last week announced a new partnership with Russian nuclear fuel company TVEL under which the GE-led company plans to adapt TVEL nuclear fuel assemblies for licensing and sale to operators of U.S. pressurized water reactors, eventually...

05.27.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

In recommendations that drew little urgency from the agency, an expert panel convened by the National Academy of Sciences last week urged the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to do more to protect spent nuclear fuel pools from damage during accidents or attacks...

05.27.2016

The Energy Department Thursday issued a draft request for proposals from nuclear cleanup firms interested in winning a contract for an estimated $1.7 billion in waste management and site remediation work over the next 10 years at its Los Alamos National...

05.26.2016 | By GEORGE LOBSENZ

Battelle and Boeing announced this week they will jointly bid for the contract to manage the Energy Department’s Sandia National Laboratories along with three major universities in New Mexico and Texas—an alliance that appears likely to marshal...

05.25.2016

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced Tuesday it will lower regulatory fees on small modular reactors, and one commissioner disclosed the agency already is developing new licensing procedures sought by the industry to help developers of advanced...

05.25.2016

Amid analyst questions about whether the plan will win state approval, a hearing examiner at the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio temporarily stayed action Friday on FirstEnergy’s latest attempt to win approval for ratepayer-funded subsidies for its...


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