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03.24.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

An evaporator at the Energy Department’s Savannah River site has leaked an estimated 3,000 gallons of radioactive waste, creating a hot mess in the facility and posing a potential problem for ongoing waste management operations at the South Carolina...

03.23.2016

Two environmental groups announced plans Tuesday to sue Florida Power & Light Co. over the apparent seepage of contaminated cooling water from the Turkey Point nuclear plant in Homestead, Fla., into Biscayne Bay, alleging the leakage violates the...

03.23.2016

The United Kingdom government announced last week the launch of a competition among vendors of small modular nuclear reactors for government financial assistance, the latest focus of the UK’s efforts to boost low-carbon nuclear output. In a March 17...

03.22.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

In an unusual escalation of a long-running contract dispute, the Justice Department announced Friday it has filed suit against the operator of the Energy Department’s Savannah River Site, alleging the Fluor-led contractor knowingly submitted false and...

03.21.2016

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced plans last week to meet Tuesday with the Tennessee Valley Authority to discuss the “work environment” within operations staff at TVA’s Watts Bar nuclear plant near Spring City, Tenn., including...

03.17.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Nineteen New England lawmakers told the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and ISO New England Monday that they have “continued concerns” about high prices and possible uncompetitive behavior in recent capacity auctions held for the region...

03.17.2016 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

Acknowledging serious technical, safety and funding problems that have delayed the massive project, a federal judge last week set a new 2036 deadline for startup of a multi-billion dollar nuclear waste treatment plant under construction at the Energy...

03.16.2016

Lightbridge Corp. announced Tuesday that it has signed a preliminary agreement with Areva on a potential joint venture to manufacture and sell assemblies of Lightbridge’s advanced metallic fuel, which the company claims can boost reactor output by 30...

03.16.2016

CH2M announced Tuesday that Matthew Sutton, previously head of Aecom’s environmental business, has been named president of CH2M’s Environment & Nuclear Business Group, reporting to Global Business Groups President Greg McIntyre. The...

03.15.2016 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Five years after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant was devastated by an earthquake and resulting tsunami, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has directed its staff to end work on a proposal to create tighter requirements for U.S. nuclear plant protections...


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