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08.12.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

Energy Department inspectors have raised surprising new concerns about fire safety systems and emergency planning at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, with a recent audit suggesting that corroding pipes and other aging equipment that supply water for fighting...

08.11.2016

Washington regulators this week fined the Energy Department and one of the cleanup contractors at its Hanford site $50,000 for violating state hazardous waste management laws by failing to properly handle multiple containers of waste stored in a former...

08.10.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Exelon Corp. announced Tuesday that it has agreed to buy Entergy’s FitzPatrick nuclear plant in New York for $110 million, getting a plant eligible for substantial state subsidies for at least 12 years and capitalizing on Entergy’s soured...

08.09.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

After successful efforts to address water contamination issues associated with the operations, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission disclosed Monday that it has approved a request by the Tennessee Valley Authority to more than double the number of...

08.09.2016

Centrus Corp. President and Chief Executive Officer Daniel Poneman and the Nuclear Energy Institute’s current chief operating officer, Maria Korsnick, have emerged as favorites to replace NEI’s outgoing President and CEO Marvel Fertel, with former...

08.09.2016

Ending a two-year legal action challenging the Energy Department’s periodic releases of government-owned uranium, ConverDyn has struck a settlement with the agency that lets DOE continue the practice but slightly expands ConverDyn’s rights to...

08.08.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

Only two weeks after it was sharply criticized by congressional auditors for largely failing to act in such cases, the Energy Department last week announced new steps to strengthen its authority to fine contractors that retaliate against employees for raising...

08.08.2016

The Energy Department announced last week it will extend the contract of Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, the Fluor-led contractor that operates its Savannah River Site in South Carolina, through July 2018. The contractor’s current contract was to...

08.08.2016 | By REVIS W. JAMES

COMMENTARY States need to decide what they want. Many states are promising to cut their emissions of carbon dioxide and other pollutants. But these efforts have gone through an ambling transition because politicians and policymakers have confused the means...

08.08.2016

Two non-profit groups sued the California State Lands Commission last week over its decision to renew land leases needed by Pacific Gas & Electric to continue running it Diablo Canyon nuclear plant, alleging the commission improperly skipped an...


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