The agency that regulates the country's nuclear power plants says a new plant planned for west-central Florida won't harm the environment. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission issued a report Friday saying that construction and operation of Progress ...
Utility Products -
BY IVAN PENN Progress Energy's proposed Levy County nuclear plant cleared a major hurdle Friday with a report from federal regulators concluding that the proposed site would not harm the environment. The conclusion of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission ...
There are no adverse environmental impacts that would prevent the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission from issuing Progress Energy Florida licenses to build two nuclear reactors at a proposed site in Levy County, NRC and the US Army Corps of Engineers ...
Power Engineering Magazine -
The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the US Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District, have completed the Final Environmental Impact Statement for two proposed reactors at the Levy County nuclear power plant in Florida.
PennEnergy- Energy News (press release) - Apr 27, 2012
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Jacksonville District, have completed the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the Combined Licenses (COL) for the proposed Levy County Units 1 and 2.