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05.22.2015

Moving ahead with plans to host a centralized storage facility in Texas for the nation’s spent nuclear fuel and defense nuclear waste, Waste Control Specialists announced an agreement Thursday with Areva under which the French company will serve as...

05.21.2015 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

In one of its largest regulatory responses to lessons learned from the 2011 Fukushima nuclear plant disaster in Japan, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff has recommended a series of requirements for U.S. nuclear reactor operators and manufacturers that...

05.21.2015

The Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board has proposed to the Energy Department that they jointly review the process used by the board to identify potential safety issues in the design and construction of new nuclear weapons and cleanup facilities built by...

05.21.2015

The chief executive of France’s EDF said this week that the state-controlled electricity giant will make a proposal “in the coming days” to take a stake in Areva, France’s financially beleaguered nuclear giant. In reaction to a...

05.20.2015

By GEORGE LOBSENZ In an unusual twist in the long-running fight over the controversial Yucca Mountain project, a Republican-run Senate panel Tuesday approved a spending bill providing nearly $30 billion for the Energy Department in fiscal year 2016 but did...

05.18.2015 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

Despite opposition from its staff, the state consumer advocate and the state energy agency, a divided Maryland Public Service Commission Friday approved Exelon Corp.’s takeover of Pepco Holdings Inc., with the majority rejecting heated allegations that...

05.18.2015 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Grid operators should change the way wholesale power is priced—in addition to completing ongoing capacity market changes—to properly value the nation’s nuclear plants and avoid seeing them close for financial reasons and cause grid...

05.14.2015 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

In a move that may lead the agency to require additional seismic safeguards at the facilities, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Wednesday said earthquake hazards at the Columbia nuclear plant in Washington and Diablo Canyon nuclear plant in California are...

05.13.2015 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Leaders of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee expressed bipartisan concern Tuesday about President Obama’s proposed extension of the United States’ civilian nuclear cooperation deal with China, saying the pact might help Chinese companies...

05.13.2015 | By GEORGE LOBSENZ

In a highly critical report that drew a strong rebuttal from the Energy Department, congressional auditors last week questioned the wisdom and projected cost of DOE’s estimated $1 billion plan to build two new facilities to speed processing of some...


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