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ASSISSTANCE TO NUCLEAR POWER HOST COMMUNITIES SECURED IN FY 2020 FEDERAL BUDGET!

ASSISSTANCE TO NUCLEAR POWER HOST COMMUNITIES SECURED IN FY 2020 FEDERAL BUDGET! There is some good news in this year’s federal budget for communities facing the closure of a nuclear power plant.  In particular, the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) was allocated $15,000,000 to help nuclear closure communities (NCCs) plan for economic recovery in the …

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Hello Brownfields, Let Me Introduce You to Former Nuclear Power Plants

The Setting Nuclear power plants are curious animals. They hum along anonymously for decades, generating electrons, tax revenues and nuclear waste. They employ several hundred highly paid, skilled workers and contractors, and are a sizeable contributor to local economies. Annual economic impacts measure in the hundreds of millions of dollars. Where it gets interesting, however, …

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The “Just Right CAB”

NRC Public Comment Period Friday, December the 6th marks the end of NRC’s public comment period exploring the role of Community Advisory Boards (CABs) and the decommissioning of commercial nuclear power plants. The Commission will then distill and synthesize comments and deliver, by July 2020, a report to Congress on best practices and lessons learned …

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