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03.12.2015 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Following stunning losses disclosed by the state-backed French nuclear giant last week, Areva this week saw its credit rating cut several steps below investment grade by Standard & Poor’s, which said it expects Areva’s debt to grow over the...

03.11.2015 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

Escalating their clash with the state’s current governor, two former Idaho governors last week threatened to sue the Energy Department over plans to ship spent nuclear fuel to DOE’s Idaho National Laboratory for recycling and other research...

03.11.2015 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Ruling on proposals by the Mid-Atlantic grid operator to guard against feared power shortfalls in the coming year, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved a request by PJM Interconnection LLC to retain committed capacity that the grid operator...

03.10.2015 | BY CHRIS HOLLY

The Tennessee Valley Authority Monday released a draft integrated resources plan that suggests the federal utility may substantially delay a board-approved project to complete the half-finished Bellefonte Unit 1 nuclear reactor in northern Alabama, with the...

03.09.2015 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

In the clearest sign to date that the struggling uranium enrichment firm is likely to get continued federal backing from the Obama administration, Centrus Energy Corp. announced last week that former Deputy Energy Secretary Daniel Poneman would take over as...

03.09.2015

Southern Co. told Georgia regulators last month that the projected total cost for its share of the new nuclear construction project at the Alvin Vogtle nuclear plants in Georgia has increased by about $800 million to a total projected cost of about $7.5...

03.06.2015 | BY CHRIS HOLLY

Adopting a regional approach to complying with proposed Obama administration regulations to limit carbon pollution from existing fossil fuel power plants likely will be cheaper for most states that participate in the multi-state wholesale power market...

03.06.2015

Despite continued uncertainty in U.S. nuclear fuel markets, Westinghouse Electric Co. is seeking a 40-year life extension for its nuclear fuel fabrication facility in Columbia, S.C., the largest of three such facilities in the Unites States, according to a...

03.05.2015 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

A senior Senate Democrat Wednesday blistered the Nuclear Regulatory Commission over its latest version of the so-called “waste confidence” rule, calling the rule an “unacceptable” measure designed to support the U.S. nuclear industry...

03.05.2015

Hoping to clear what may be the toughest regulatory hurdle to their merger, Exelon Corp. and Pepco Holdings Inc. announced Wednesday they were more than doubling a “customer investment fund” that the Maryland Public Service Commission can use to...


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