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10.20.2014

Lockheed Martin Corp. announced Wednesday that it is working to develop a fusion reactor about 10 percent the size of most previous fusion reactor designs, which the company says will allow it to design, build and test the concept in less than a year. While...

10.20.2014

French President Francois Hollande has chosen Jean-Bernard Lévy, head of the Thales industrial group, to take over state-controlled Electricite de France, replacing Henri Proglio as chairman and chief executive officer of the largest electricity...

10.17.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

In a move that may increase political pressure on the Obama administration to end its opposition to the project, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Thursday issued a long-delayed staff review that concludes that the proposed Yucca Mountain nuclear waste...

10.16.2014 | BY NED HELME , COMMENTARY

The recent United Nations-sponsored Climate Summit 2014 in New York had lots of critics. Some said the event was all noise and no impact. Others said it couldn’t be taken seriously because the leaders of world’s two largest developing...

10.16.2014

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission disclosed this week that the Energy Department’s National Nuclear Security Administration is seeking an export license to send high-enriched uranium to multiple European countries for use in medical isotope production...

10.15.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

The Environmental Protection Agency last week approved an Energy Department request to drop specific design requirements for barriers closing transuranic waste disposal chambers at DOE’s Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, saying a new design proposed by DOE...

10.15.2014

The California Public Utilities Commission proposed Thursday to accept an amended settlement allocating costs related to failed steam generators at the now-closed San Onofre nuclear plant, advancing a multi-party agreement that was changed last month by...

10.14.2014

Polish competition regulators last week approved the formation of a four-company joint venture that is planning to build the country’s first nuclear power plant, potentially opening another sales opportunity for reactor vendors increasingly looking to...

10.14.2014

California Public Utilities Commission President Michael Peevey announced Thursday he will step down from the commission when his term expires at the end of 2014, a move that detractors had called for following the release of several e-mails showing...

10.10.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Amid a growing number of climate-related safety issues at nuclear plants, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has hired the Energy Department’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to track greenhouse science and to report on how increasing cooling water...


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