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Exelon’s Crane says decision on nuke closures looming

Exelon’s Crane says decision on nuke closures looming “We will not run plants and lose free cash flow or earnings on assets that are not supporting themselves,” Crane said. “It’s reality,” he added. “We’ve shut two units down in recent years if we could not see a path to sustainability of those assets in the …

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‘The worst-case scenario’: Regulators, watchdogs fear plan to dismantle damaged TMI nuclear reactor

‘The worst-case scenario’: Regulators, watchdogs fear plan to dismantle damaged TMI nuclear reactor It’s been more than 41 years, but Stephen Mohr still remembers how he knew something went wrong at the nuclear power plant on Three Mile Island. “I knew something happened because I went out to get the newspaper and I could smell …

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Federal action vital to get nuclear waste off San Onofre’s beach, report says

Federal action vital to get nuclear waste off San Onofre’s beach, report says San Onofre’s dry storage systems for radioactive waste – derisively dubbed by critics as the “nuclear dump by the sea” – are so close to the ocean and groundwater table that they could suffer structural degradation over time, a new report says.

Massachusetts drops challenge of nuclear power plant sale in deal that could hint at Indian Point’s future

Massachusetts drops challenge of nuclear power plant sale in deal that could hint at Indian Point’s future The New Jersey company with a deal to buy the Indian Point nuclear power plant has settled a legal dispute with Massachusetts by agreeing to put $193 million in reserve while it tears down a nuclear power plant …

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