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04.14.2015 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

In a problem for Areva’s new nuclear project in France and potentially for the company’s other reactor projects overseas, France’s nuclear regulator said last week that tests have shown abnormally high carbon concentration that point to...

04.14.2015 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

Two South Carolina lawmakers are expressing concern about a possible move by the National Nuclear Security Administration to carve tritium production operations out of the current contract held by the Energy Department’s Savannah River Site operator and...

04.14.2015

President Obama announced Monday that he has nominated Joyce Connery, the lead nuclear energy staffer on the White House National Security Council and a former top Energy Department official, to be chairman of the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board, a...

04.10.2015 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

In a new setback for Los Alamos National Laboratory’s beleaguered transuranic waste management program, the head of the Energy Department’s National Nuclear Security Administration has acknowledged and pledged to address earthquake and other...

04.07.2015 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Advocating for a major shift in commission policy, several U.S. defense and security experts are recommending that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission safely could—and probably should—loosen its bright-line policies restricting foreign ownership of...

04.07.2015

A story in the April 6 issue of IHS The Energy Daily on the UN Environmental Program’s (UNEP) 9th annual Global Trends in Renewable Energy Investments report, prepared by the Frankfurt School–UNEP Center and Bloomberg New Energy Finance, cited the...

04.06.2015

Nuclear Regulatory Commission Inspector General Hubert Bell is investigating whether the agency improperly allowed Pacific Gas & Electric to change earthquake-related safety standards at its Diablo Canyon nuclear plant near Avila Beach, Calif., without...

04.02.2015

The Energy Department announced Wednesday it would put up for bid a major contract to operate facilities to stabilize hundreds of thousands of tons of depleted uranium hexafluoride residues left over from past operations at its former uranium enrichment...

04.02.2015

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has eased its oversight of the Omaha Public Power District’s Fort Calhoun nuclear plant after nearly four years of heightened inspections following the discovery of several problems at the plant beginning in early 2011...

04.02.2015

In the midst of criminal probes into potential back-channel communications between regulators and utility executives in the state, the California Public Utilities Commission Monday removed Commissioner Mike Florio from leading the commission’s...


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