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Nessel seeks to stop license transfer for closing SW Michigan nuclear plant

Nessel seeks to stop license transfer for closing SW Michigan nuclear plant Mar. 2-Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is seeking to stop a license transfer of a southwest Michigan nuclear plant and fuel storage site near Lake Michigan due to concerns about the financial capabilities and “assurances” to decommission the facilities by the potential new …

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NYS PSC Hearings On Indian Point License Transfer Draw Numerous Comments

NYS PSC Hearings On Indian Point License Transfer Draw Numerous Comments The New York state Public Service Commission held two virtual public hearings Tuesday on the proposed license transfer for the Indian Point nuclear power plant. The hearings are to help determine whether the PSC should exercise jurisdiction over the proposed transfer. The plant in …

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Public hearing set to give neighbors space to voice concerns on Indian Point decommissioning

Public hearing set to give neighbors space to voice concerns on Indian Point decommissioning Northern Westchester residents will get to voice their concerns Tuesday during a public hearing about the company set to decommission Indian Point. The clock is ticking as the power plant is set to shut down for good at the end of …

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As Indian Point Shutdown Nears, Entergy Posts Layoff Warning

As Indian Point Shutdown Nears, Entergy Posts Layoff Warning CORTLANDT, NY – With the final shutdown for Indian Point coming in April, Entergy has filed a notice with the New York State Labor Department about the imminent layoff of 308 employees. The layoff date is May 20, according to the notice, and covers all 308 …

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Owners of two Ohio nuclear plants may decline subsidies

Owners of two Ohio nuclear plants may decline subsidies COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The new owners of two Ohio nuclear power plants have given indications they are no longer interested in receiving as much as $1 billion in subsidies handed out in a tainted energy bill, according to two state lawmakers. One of the lawmakers, …

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Rezin Says Bill to Save Nuclear Power Plants Could be Voted on This Spring

Rezin Says Bill to Save Nuclear Power Plants Could be Voted on This Spring State Senator Sue Rezin says there still haven’t been any bills proposed, but efforts are still underway to pass legislation to keep two nuclear power plants slated to close this year open. Rezin hopes to have something to vote on this …

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