Saturday, January 14, 2017
Posted by Michele Kearney at 5:17 PM
Indian Point Shutdown Ends Some Fights; Others May Remain
Andrew Cuomo's plan to close the Indian Point nuclear power plant will ... They included petitions to the NRC about fire safety measures there, and ...http://www.newyorklawjournal.com/home/id=1202776861879/Indian-Point-Shutdown-Ends-Some-Fights-Others-May-Remain?mcode=1202617075062&curindex=0&slreturn=20170014171442
Posted by Michele Kearney at 5:15 PM
TVA Clears Next Hurdle For Small Modular Reactors
The potential for Small Modular Reactors in the TVA's operating fleet reached another milestone this month. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has ...http://www.chattanoogan.com/2017/1/13/339742/TVA-Clears-Next-Hurdle-For-Small.aspx
NRC Accepts TVA?s Early Site Permit Application At Clinch River Site for Small Modular Reactor
NRC Accepts TVA?s Early Site Permit Application At Clinch River Site for Small Modular Reactor
LCG, January 13, 2017--The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) yesterday announce that it has accepted for review the Early Site Permit (ESP) ...http://www.energyonline.com/Industry/News.aspx?NewsID=7941&NRC_Accepts_TVA%3Fs_Early_Site_Permit_Application_At_Clinch_River_Site_for_Small_Modular_Reactor
Posted by Michele Kearney at 5:14 PM
Miniaturized Nuclear Power Plant? US Reviewing Proposed Design
NuScale formally completed its design submission to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission on Thursday. The 12,000-page application will now ...http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/01/13/509673094/miniaturized-nuclear-power-plant-u-s-reviewing-proposed-design
Fluor's NuScale submits small modular nuclear reactor design certification to NRC - Electric Light & Power
OregonLive.com - 6 hours ago
NuScale Power employees in Corvallis gather around a computer monitor to watch company executives in Washington, D.C., announce the filing of a design certification application with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. If the NRC approves the design, ...
Daily Caller - 7 hours ago
Just asking the government to approve plans to build the U.S.'s first advanced nuclear reactor cost NuScale Power $500 million and 2 million labor hours over eight years. And it's not over yet. NuScale asked the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) ...
NPR - Jan 13, 2017
Nuclear power plants are typically hulking structures made using billions of dollars of concrete and steel. But one company thinks that by going smaller, they could actually make nuclear power more affordable. NuScale Power based in Portland, Ore., has ...
Clay Center Dispatch - 6 hours ago
CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) — Oregon-based NuScale Power has submitted its design to federal regulators for a new kind of nuclear power plant, designed to be smaller and more affordable. The company on Thursday submitted its 12,000-page application to the ...
Electric Light & Power - Jan 13, 2017
Fluor Corp. said that NuScale Power, in which Fluor is the majority investor, completed and formally submitted its design certification application to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) for NuScale's small modular nuclear reactor commercial ...
Common Dreams (press release) - Jan 13, 2017
In announcing the agreement on the closing of Indian Point in New York, Governor Andrew Cuomo described it as a "ticking time bomb." But the real problem, writes Grossman, is this: There are more of them. (Photo: Matt Champlin—Getty Image).
World Nuclear News - Jan 13, 2017
NuScale Power has asked the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to approve the company's small modular reactor (SMR) commercial power plant design. This is the first-ever SMR design certification application to be submitted to the NRC.
ExecutiveBiz (blog) - Jan 13, 2017
NuScale Power has filed a design certification application for its commercial small modular nuclear reactor power plant design with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. “Fluor continues to be proud of its investment in NuScale and how the company has ...
Posted by Michele Kearney at 5:13 PM
Friday, January 13, 2017
Russia stops agreement with Ukraine on nuclear power plant constructuion
Posted by Michele Kearney at 4:40 PM
Officials Crashed a Jet into Nuclear Reactor Facility to Test its Wallshttp://interestingengineering.com/crashed-jet-nuclear-reactor-test/
Posted by Michele Kearney at 4:39 PM
Fluor's NuScale Power Submits Small Modular Nuclear Reactor Design Certification to U.S. ...
IRVING, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fluor Corporation (NYSE: FLR) announced today that NuScale Power (NuScale), in which Fluor is the majority ...http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20170112005976/en/Fluor%E2%80%99s-NuScale-Power-Submits-Small-Modular-Nuclear
NuScale Hand Delivers 12000-Page SMR Application To NRC - Nuclear Street - Nuclear Power Plant News, Jobs, and Careers (press release) (blog)
Posted by Michele Kearney at 4:38 PM
CleanTechnica - 5 hours ago
New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced plans this week to close the Indian Point nuclear power plant, which supplies electricity to New York City and surrounding areas. The plant's two working reactors — which account for roughly 10 percent of the ...
Village Voice - 4 hours ago
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Spectrum News - 9 hours ago
After plans were announced to shut down Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant in Westchester County, some lawmakers are upset they didn't get more of a heads up from Governor Andrew Cuomo. Capital Tonight's Nick Reisman explains. Governor Andrew ...
The Journal News | LoHud.com - 10 hours ago
The historic agreement to shut down Indian Point was cheered by longtime environmental groups that have had the nuclear power plant in their cross hairs from the day it opened more than 40 years ago. “This agreement provides what we've been fighting ...
TimesLedger - 11 hours ago
Elected officials in Astoria worry that the early shutdown of the Indian Point nuclear reactors may force increased production from power plants in western Queens. By Bill Parry. TimesLedger Newspapers. Share on TwitterTweet. Share on Facebook. Subscribe.
The Villager - 20 hours ago
At a December 2015 protest action at Indian Point, activists blocked access to the power plant. Eleven people were arrested and briefly held. Later, after pleading “guilty and proud” in court, they were let off with time served. BY PAUL DeRIENZO ...
Rutland Herald - 15 hours ago
VERNON — The announcement this week that Entergy Nuclear would close its 2,000-megawatt Indian Point nuclear power station north of New York City by 2021 will effectively end the Entergy era in the Northeast, as the Louisianabased power company ...
Posted by Michele Kearney at 4:37 PM
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Posted by Michele Kearney at 4:36 PM
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Posted by Michele Kearney at 4:06 PM
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Posted by Michele Kearney at 1:40 PM
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Posted by Michele Kearney at 1:33 PM
Bulletin of Atomic Scientists: The January/February issue is out: Nuclear power and the urgent threat of climate change
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Posted by Michele Kearney at 1:16 PM
Getting to deep de-carbonization: What role for nuclear power?
Posted by Michele Kearney at 1:13 PM
Portugal to complain to EU over Spain's planned nuclear dump sitehttp://af.reuters.com/article/energyOilNews/idAFL5N1F24MN
Posted by Michele Kearney at 1:12 PM
Bellefonte Nuclear Plant proposal: Project worth $1 billion annually, to generate 12,000 jobs
Posted by Michele Kearney at 1:07 PM
Nuclear Regulatory Commission to begin review of site for TVA nuclear plant in Oak Ridge
Posted by Michele Kearney at 1:05 PM
Millstone’s annual economic impact in state put at $1.3 billionhttp://www.theday.com/business/20170112/millstones-annual-economic-impact-in-state-put-at-13-billion
Posted by Michele Kearney at 1:04 PM