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08.03.2015 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

More than 25 years after it was ordered by the state to clean up the shuttered uranium enrichment plant, the Energy Department and Ohio announced final agreement last week on an estimated $2.8 billion plan to tear down more than 200 buildings at DOE’s...

08.03.2015

The day after a surprise dustup between nuclear industry officials and three senators sponsoring nuclear waste legislation, Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Chairman Lisa Murkowski Friday announced the cancellation of Tuesday’s planned...

08.03.2015

Citing delays in needed safety improvements at the New Mexico repository, the Energy Department announced Friday that it would be unable to meet its March 2016 target date for resuming transuranic waste disposal at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, the only...

07.31.2015 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

Teeing up a raft of contentious issues for debate on the Senate floor this fall, the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Thursday approved a broad but relatively modest bipartisan energy bill and controversial Republican-backed legislation that ends...

07.31.2015 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

In a stance that sources say caused a rift with key Republican ally, Sen. Lamar Alexander, the Nuclear Energy Institute is circulating “principles” for new nuclear waste legislation that would bar developing a central nuclear waste storage...

07.31.2015

Exelon appears headed toward a September decision on closing the Quad Cities nuclear plant based on comments from President and Chief Executive Officer Chris Crane Wednesday, with Illinois lawmakers having failed to pass legislation to aid the state’s...

07.27.2015 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

An administrative law judge at the Energy Department has ordered the National Nuclear Security Administration to re-evaluate a claim by a whistleblower at Sandia National Laboratory that she was ordered by lab management to destroy documents that supported a...

07.24.2015 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

A handful of states are mulling legal action against the Nuclear Regulatory Commission over what they consider flawed NRC decisions allowing owners of closed nuclear plants to use decommissioning fund money for near-term management of spent fuel, rather than...

07.24.2015

The White House announced Thursday that President Obama will nominate Victoria Wassmer, assistant administrator for the Office of Finance and Management at the Federal Aviation Administration, as under secretary for management and performance at the Energy...

07.22.2015

Terrestrial Energy, a startup developing a small modular reactor using molten salt technology, announced Tuesday that a senior Westinghouse Electric Co. executive who led that company’s small reactor program was joining Terrestial as its vice president...


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