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10.15.2014

The California Public Utilities Commission proposed Thursday to accept an amended settlement allocating costs related to failed steam generators at the now-closed San Onofre nuclear plant, advancing a multi-party agreement that was changed last month by...

10.14.2014

Polish competition regulators last week approved the formation of a four-company joint venture that is planning to build the country’s first nuclear power plant, potentially opening another sales opportunity for reactor vendors increasingly looking to...

10.14.2014

California Public Utilities Commission President Michael Peevey announced Thursday he will step down from the commission when his term expires at the end of 2014, a move that detractors had called for following the release of several e-mails showing...

10.10.2014 | BY JEFF BEATTIE

Amid a growing number of climate-related safety issues at nuclear plants, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has hired the Energy Department’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to track greenhouse science and to report on how increasing cooling water...

10.10.2014

Nuclear Regulatory Commission inspectors repeatedly failed to effectively review the design of new steam generators installed in the San Onofre nuclear plant, and one former NRC official believes the plant’s owners should have been required to seek a...

10.09.2014

In a big step forward for reactor vendors increasingly banking on sales outside of the United States, European Commission officials announced Wednesday they have approved as compatible with commission competition rules a tweaked package of aid the UK...

10.08.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

The Energy Department last week disclosed two accidents of “high safety significance” at its Sandia and Lawrence Livermore labs—including an explosion that lifted the roof of a Sandia facility—and a serious lapse in the handling of...

10.08.2014

Bechtel this week announced a reorganization under which it will combine most of its power businesses with its civil engineering and project management operations into a new unit called Bechtel Infrastructure while rolling its nuclear power, site management...

10.07.2014 | BY GEORGE LOBSENZ

After months of fruitless negotiation over the Energy Department’s failure to meet cleanup schedules set in a 2010 consent decree with the state, Washington officials Friday asked a federal judge to impose new deadlines on DOE for removing and...

10.07.2014

Centrus Energy—previously known as USEC Inc.--announced last week that longtime President and Chief Executive Officer John Welch will depart the company October 17, to be replaced on an interim basis by Chief Restructuring Officer John Castellano. In an...


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