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02.20.2015

In a step forward for what would be the first new U.S. nuclear capacity in 20 years, the Tennessee Valley Authority announced last week that a key panel advising the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has recommended NRC move forward with licensing the recently...

02.19.2015 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

In findings that may raise new questions about radiation damage to components in older reactors, the Belgian nuclear regulator said last week that new testing has found thousands of new “flaw indications” in the walls of two decades-old reactors...

02.18.2015 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

In the first contract of its type designed to prop up a financially ailing nuclear plant, Exelon Corp. asked New York regulators Friday to approve a multi-year contract under which Rochester Gas & Electric customers would pay a relatively pricey surcharge...

02.18.2015

NuScale Power announced Tuesday that it has hired Areva Inc. to design and test fuels for NuScale’s 50-megawatt small modular reactor, filling in a key piece of the licensing application for the reactor that NuScale expects to submit to the Nuclear...

02.17.2015

The Nuclear Energy Institute announced Friday that Exelon nuclear executive Maria Korsnick will join the Washington, D.C.-based trade group as its chief operating officer, a new position, on an executive loan program for 18 months beginning in May. Korsnick...

02.13.2015

In a small step forward in resolving federal and state regulator concerns over delays in nuclear cleanup at its Savannah River Site, the Energy Department announced Thursday it has reached agreement with South Carolina officials and the Environmental...

02.11.2015 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

The Obama administration has issued an ethics waiver allowing the head of the National Nuclear Security Administration to participate in decisions involving Bechtel—a major contractor for the semi-autonomous Energy Department nuclear weapons...

02.11.2015

In a small and early step towards possibly winning an exemption from a national ban on nuclear power, the premier of South Australia announced plans Sunday to form a royal commission to explore the future role of nuclear energy in the Australian state...

02.10.2015 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

In what would be a major step forward for the Obama administration’s plan to find volunteer communities to host storage and disposal facilities for spent reactor fuel and high-level radioactive waste, Waste Control Specialists announced Monday that it...

02.10.2015

In a modest proposal for new energy legislation from the House Energy and Commerce Committee, panel chairman Rep. Fred Upton and Subcommittee on Energy and Power Chairman Ed Whitfield Monday said the committee is preparing a series of discussion drafts for...


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