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05.18.2016

Florida Power & Light Co. said Tuesday it gave state and local regulators a long-term plan to roll back a plume of hypersaline water flowing into nearby ocean waters from the cooling canal system serving its Turkey Point nuclear plant, saying it will...

05.17.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced Monday it is has ordered Entergy Nuclear to take steps to improve its safety culture to resolve an NRC investigation into three willful violations of NRC requirements by workers involved with a prolonged leak...

05.16.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Calling continued operation of the plant financially unsustainable, the head of the Omaha Public Power District recommended last week that the utility close the Fort Calhoun nuclear plant by the end of the year, adding it to a growing list of reactors poised...

05.16.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

After weeks of delay over a Republican amendment targeting the Energy Department’s purchase of heavy water from Iran, the Senate last week passed a $37.5 billion energy and water spending bill for fiscal year 2017 that drew a veto threat from the White...

05.13.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio this week agreed to consider a new FirstEnergy plan to get ratepayer support for its struggling merchant coal and nuclear plants, with the agency’s review to be led by a new chairman who proved to be unusually...

05.13.2016

Advancing a bill that appears to have broad support, a House panel Thursday approved legislation that would direct the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to set up a new, streamlined process for licensing of small modular and other advanced reactor designs, and...

05.12.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

Responding to recommendations from its contractors as well as multiple outside groups that reviewed its lab operations, the National Nuclear Security Administration is launching a contract reform effort in its ongoing competition to select a new operator for...

05.12.2016

Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Stephen Burns’ remarks to the U.S. Energy Association last week (as reported in IHS The Energy Daily’s May 11 edition) were intended to make the point the agency believes its existing licensing system for...

05.12.2016

Renewable energy will be the fastest-growing source of energy in the world through 2040, with its 2.6 percent annual growth far outpacing second-place nuclear and natural gas, according to the Energy Information Administration’s international energy...

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...


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