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10.28.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

Despite initial indications of interest from 13 contractors and universities, the Energy Department has decided against putting the management and operations contract for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory up for bid, saying it will negotiate a...

10.27.2016

In its first tangible step toward using private nuclear waste storage facilities, the Energy Department today asked industry and other interested parties to provide information and feedback on the benefits and drawbacks of DOE buying storage services from...

10.26.2016

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has granted approval for Westinghouse Electric Co. to resume operations at its nuclear fuel fabrication facility in Columbia, S.C., following corrective actions in response to the May discovery of excessive uranium buildup in...

10.25.2016

The Omaha Public Power District Monday took its Fort Calhoun nuclear station offline after 43 years of operation, four months after deciding that reduced demand as well as cheaper wind and natural gas-fired generation made closing the Nebraska plant a...

10.24.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

In a rare piece of good news on the massive nuclear waste cleanup project at the Energy Department’s Hanford site, DOE officials say they are on schedule so far in delivering the accelerated waste processing plan launched by Energy Secretary Ernest...

10.24.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

In a largely favorable settlement for the Southern Co. subsidiary, staff of the Georgia Public Service Commission agreed Thursday to support all of Georgia Power’s past spending on two new reactors—plus about $2 billion in spending that has not...

10.21.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission on Thursday approved the issuance of licenses that will allow Duke Energy to build two new Westinghouse reactors in Florida’s Levy County, which would be the first greenfield project among the nine new reactors that...

10.20.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

In the first court challenge to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s financial aid plan for three upstate nuclear plants, a group of merchant generators filed suit Wednesday to overturn New York’s plan to give the plants valuable clean air credits, saying...

10.19.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Opponents of the Cuomo administration’s plan to aid financially ailing nuclear plants in upstate New York are accusing the state’s energy regulators of stonewalling and hiding critical information about the cost of the program, joining an...

10.18.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

Officials at the Energy Department’s Waste Isolation Pilot Plant last week announced plans to close off part of the underground nuclear waste repository due to safety concerns raised by recent rock falls, shrinking existing disposal capacity at a time...


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