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The Nuclear Decommissioning Collaborative is a resource for decommissioning best practices and information. We are a non-partisan non-profit dedicated to providing decommissioning stakeholders with accurate and objective information to promote effective nuclear plant decommissioning and community revitalization.

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Nuclear power plants can pump millions of dollars into local economies, but with more than 20 plants scheduled to close, how will these largely rural communities cope with this loss of revenue? We took a look at this issue in a recent article for The Daily Yonder.

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Pickering nuclear station is closing as planned, despite calls for refurbishment

August 1, 2022

Pickering nuclear station is closing as planned, despite calls for refurbishmentThe Ontario government will not reconsider plans to close the Pickering nuclear station and instead stop-gap the consequent electricity shortfall with natural gas-generated power in a move that will hike the province’s greenhouse gas emissions substantially in the coming years.

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Wayne County Supervisors to ask state for continued operation of Ginna Nuclear plant

June 22, 2022

Wayne County Supervisors to ask state for continued operation of Ginna Nuclear plant The Wayne County Board of Supervisors plans to ask the state to allow the Ginna Nuclear Power Plant to remain open beyond its scheduled closure in 2029. The Finger Lakes Times reports the board is set to ask the state to include […]

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Stanford-led research finds small modular reactors will exacerbate challenges of highly radioactive nuclear waste

May 31, 2022

Small modular reactors produce high levels of nuclear waste | Stanford News Nuclear reactors generate reliable supplies of electricity with limited greenhouse gas emissions. But a nuclear power plant that generates 1,000 megawatts of electric power also produces radioactive waste that must be isolated from the environment for hundreds of thousands of years. Furthermore, the […]

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