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12.22.2015

The Energy Department Monday announced the launch of its process to find volunteer communities to host storage sites and a disposal repository for the nation’s spent nuclear fuel and high-level radioactive waste, with the agency expected to release...

12.21.2015

Amid continuing controversy over whether it is conducting sufficient greenhouse reviews in licensing major energy infrastructure projects, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Thursday authorized construction of Energy Transfer Equity’s proposed...

12.21.2015

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has approved a 20-year license extension for FirstEnergy Corp.’s Davis-Besse nuclear plant in Ohio despite concerns about temperature-induced cracking in the plant’s shield building, with the agency saying the...

12.18.2015 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

The Nuclear Energy Institute announced Thursday that President and Chief Executive Officer Marvin Fertel will retire at the end of 2016 after seven years leading the trade association, and sources say NEI’s current chief operating officer, Maria...

12.18.2015

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission Thursday released two draft documents that provide the first indications of what the agency will require utilities to do to win additional license extensions for their reactors to run up to 80 years, with many of the...

12.17.2015 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

The Energy Department will get a roughly 6.5 percent funding hike in fiscal year 2016 under the bipartisan budget deal unveiled on Capitol Hill early Wednesday, with the increases over fiscal 2015 spending levels broadly spread across the agency’s...

12.17.2015

While the Energy Department had announced plans to stop funding the project, the compromise fiscal year 2016 budget plan unveiled by lawmakers Wednesday provides up to $100 million for the agency’s domestic uranium enrichment program--including for work...

12.16.2015

In what they hailed as a major step forward in the evolution of the country’s nuclear industry, Russian officials said last week they have connected a new 789 megawatt fast reactor to the grid in the Urals region, making it the most powerful fast...

12.14.2015 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

In a plan that would appear likely to rankle a key nuclear plant operator in the state, sources say New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is considering including a “means test” in his proposal to provide state aid to financially ailing reactors in the...

12.14.2015 | BY ERIC LINDEMAN

In what appears to be a first-of-its-kind lawsuit, the Sierra Club last week appealed a California Public Utilities Commission decision allowing San Diego Gas & Electric to buy power from a natural gas-fired power plant, saying the regulators disregarded...


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