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Federal regulators have rejected contentions that California's Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant is unsafe and shouldn't have its operating life extended.
EDF Energy completed a series of post-Fukushima enhancements at its nuclear power plants.
Regulatory Commission The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has voted to launch a two-pronged review of U.S. nuclear power plant safety in the aftermath of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami and the resulting crisis at a Japanese nuclear power plant
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) asked Entergy (NYSE: ETR) for more information on safety upgrades for the 605 MW Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant before making a decision to grant the utility an exemption due to the plant’s closure.
been taken out of service, and contaminated water has had to be been removed and disposed of. Government nuclear power plant safety watchdogs have carried out an inspection and are being kept informed of investigations. Sepa and ONR have conducted
Alion Science and Technology said it has won two contracts to perform both hydraulic and structural analysis on replacement sump strainers at eight Korean nuclear power units for Korean Hydro and Nuclear Power (KHNP).
This month's series on power plant electrical system safety has focused on the impact of reducing incident energy levels associated with an arc flash occurrence, recent advances in the design of power plant electrical systems and the critical issue of reducing arcing time. Today's conclusion of ...
Preparing the troops Power plants are much safer than they once were; however, plant employees still encounter hazards. Training, along with proper operation and maintenance procedures, are key to reducing accidents and mitigating their effects. By Teresa Hansen, Associate Editor I n the past
The Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) said an Associated Press report criticizing U.S. nuclear power plant safety has "factual errors, does not cite relevant reports on safety that contradict the reporting and raises questions about historic
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has voted to launch a two-pronged review of U.S. nuclear power plant safety in the aftermath of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami and the resulting crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear