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06.09.2014 | BY ERIC LINDEMAN

In a proposal that appears to run afoul of long-standing U.S. policy and German law, the U.S. Department of Energy is contemplating accepting shipments of spent high-enriched reactor fuel from Germany for processing, storage and disposal at DOE’s...

06.06.2014 | BY ERIC LINDEMAN

In a blow to an economic development group that wants to site a national spent nuclear fuel storage or reprocessing facility in the southwest of the state, the Mississippi Public Service Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to adopt a resolution putting the...

06.03.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

Complying with an order by the state, the Energy Department Friday submitted a plan to the New Mexico Environment Department indicating that it will take more than a year—at a minimum—for “expedited closure” of two waste disposal...

06.03.2014

In an effort to prevent “premature” shutdown of carbon-free nuclear plants, the Environmental Protection Agency said Monday states could gain credit for meeting its new carbon emission reduction rules for existing power plants by taking steps to...

06.02.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Exelon Corp. President and Chief Executive Officer Chris Crane revealed last week that the company adopted a dramatically different bidding strategy in the most recent PJM Interconnection LLC capacity auction than in previous auctions, a strategy that priced...

06.02.2014

The Energy Department told New Mexico authorities Friday it will not be able to meet the June 30 deadline to remove 3,706 cubic meters of transuranic waste from Los Alamos National Laboratory, citing the need to address safety issues raised by indications...

06.02.2014

In a key appointment for one of the Energy Department’s biggest and most sensitive projects, the new operator of DOE’s Y-12 plant named a new director for the multi-billion dollar Uranium Processing Facility, a key modernization initiative for the...

05.30.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

In a detailed manifesto on its “all-of-the-above” energy policy, the White House Thursday pledged to support burgeoning U.S. oil and natural gas production as a near-term boon for the economy and national energy security, but set...

05.30.2014

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission proposed Wednesday to fine an EnergySolutions subsidiary $17,500 for undisclosed “security-related violations” at the site of the closed Zion nuclear power plant in Illinois. NRC revealed no details about the...

05.29.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Over objections from agency Chairman Allison Macfarlane, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced Tuesday that it will drop any further study of whether to systematically require faster transfer of spent nuclear fuel from wet pools to dry storage, a...


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