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  1. Westinghouse Transitions Planned Purchase of Nuclear Logistics to a Teaming Agreement

    By Editors of Power Engineering Westinghouse Electric announced that its planned acquisition of Nuclear Logistics LLC will instead become a teaming agreement. Under the agreement, Westinghouse and AZZ Inc., owner of Nuclear Logistics, will jointly market safety-related equipment to the nuclear industry. Tom Fergusin, CEO of AZZ, confirmed in a press release the buyout move was terminated. “Both parties made significant progress but it became apparent that the market needed us to focus on building our heritage businesses,” he said. “We are confident that this alliance represents the most effective and expeditious path forward. We are pleased to move forward on an agreement that leverage’s Westinghouse’s OEM strength and NL’s aftermarket capabilities to offer our customers a higher level of service and solutions. We believe this will be a mutually beneficial agreement for both parties.” The move by Westinghouse to acquire the Texas company, which is the largest third-party supplier of safety equipment to the nuclear industry, and its 180 employees was originally announced in October of last year, and was expected to close by the end of 2016.

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    Mon, 23 Jan 2017

  2. Proposed nuclear reactor closer to federal approval

    A proposed nuclear reactor outside Richmond, Virginia is one step closer to getting federal approval

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    Mon, 23 Jan 2017

  3. NRC Accepts TVA’s Permit Application for Small Modular Reactors

    If approved, multiple SMR units could be installed at the Clinch River site in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.

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    Mon, 23 Jan 2017

  4. Small nuclear reactor design submitted for federal approval

    An Oregon company has asked federal officials to approve its design for a small commercial nuclear reactor that a Utah energy cooperative wants to build in Idaho 

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    Wed, 18 Jan 2017

  1. Southern Nuclear names new site vice president at Plant Farley

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    Thu, 19 Jan 2017

  2. Connecticut Millstone nuclear plant seeks to bid on state contracts

    The owners of Connecticut's only nuclear power plant have met with legislators and described their vulnerability to trends affecting the industry nationwide

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    Thu, 19 Jan 2017

  3. Nuclear Power: Proposed nuclear reactor 1 step closer to federal approval

    A proposed nuclear reactor outside Richmond is one step closer to getting federal approval.

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    Sat, 21 Jan 2017

  4. Nuclear Power: Connecticut nuclear plant seeks to bid on state contracts

    As low energy prices put strains on operators of U.S. nuclear plants, some Connecticut lawmakers want to reduce any risk the Millstone Power Station will close by allowing it to sell power directly to the state.

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    Fri, 20 Jan 2017

  5. Nuclear Power: Czech boars still radioactive 31 years after Chernobyl

    An agency in the Czech Republic says about a half of all wild boars in the country's southwest are radioactive and considered unsafe for consumption due to the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

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    Thu, 19 Jan 2017

  6. NRC: No Safety Issues to Prevent Third Nuclear Reactor at North Anna

    The commission’s final safety evaluation report comes in response to a 2007 application from Dominion.

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    Fri, 20 Jan 2017

  7. Toshiba share price lunges to lowest in decades

    Writedowns associated with Toshiba’s nuclear business have seen the stock plunge to a four-decade low.

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    Thu, 19 Jan 2017

  8. Italy's A2A positioning to provide cross-border power

    Italian power utility A2A is planning to capitalise on its significant hydroelectric power presence in the Alps to provide power to neighbouring countries who are intent on reducing their nuclear power production.

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    Thu, 19 Jan 2017

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