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Taking a Long-Term View on New Reactor Licenses

Scott Burnell
Public Affairs Officer

Since 2012, the NRC has licensed 11 new reactors in the United States. The first four of those are under construction, two in… 328 more words


The Almaraz debate – it’s not in Spain, it’s not in Portugal, it’s all around…

by Sophie Perez Fernandes, Junior Editor

The risk society is a non-knowledge society. Ulrich Beck has long demonstrated that the explosion of the nuclear reactor at Chernobyl (26 April 1986) coincided with an «explosion of non-knowledge» in an entanglement that requires a rethinking of the conceptual and institutional constants of the modern world, such as the concepts of rights and human dignity, as well as those of sovereignty and state government… 1,549 more words


Projected End Date for Indian Point Plant Comes into Clearer Focus

Neil Sheehan
Public Affairs Officer
Region I

April 30th will mark a decade since Entergy submitted a license renewal application to the NRC for the Indian Point… 320 more words


To Be, or Not to Be?: The BNPP under Siege and Scrutiny

After being mothballed for 30 years, the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant is again under public speculations as the Department of Energy is reviving the possibility of the plant operating to suffice the energy supply of Luzon. 526 more words

Business & Economics

FPL Nuclear Case Focuses On Underground Lines

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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) — A potential fight at the state Supreme Court about Florida Power & Light’s proposal to build two nuclear reactors in Miami-Dade County focuses on whether the utility could be required to bury dozens of miles of transmission lines underground, according to an initial brief. 488 more words


Nigeria, Russia sign nuclear power plants pact – Osaisai

Abuja (Daily Trust) — The Director General, Nigeria Atomic Energy Commission (NAEC), Dr. Franklin Erepamo Osaisai, yesterday said a Project Development Agreement (PDA) is being signed by Nigeria and Russia to identify their roles in building the proposed nuclear power plants in the country . 340 more words


Nuclear Energy: Linchpin of a Successful Nation

Continuous energy price hike is one of the main reasons of why the Philippines is being plagued by poverty, in  fact, according to the study of the U.S. 339 more words

Business & Economics