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Rockland legislators urge NRC to reject sale of Indian Point

Rockland legislators urge NRC to reject sale of Indian Point – Mid Hudson News NEW CITY – Nine Rockland County Legislators have written to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission asking it to reject the pending sale of the Indian Point Power Plant, citing a lack of experience by the would-be buyer, as well as inadequate funding …

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Closing Indian Point: Holtec Meeting, Longer Comment Period

Closing Indian Point: Holtec Meeting, Longer Comment Period CORTLANDT, NY – Requests for more opportunity to learn about and comment on Entergy’s plan to sell the Indian Point nuclear facility to Holtec International have borne fruit. The Hudson Valley’s representatives in Congress announced yesterday that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has extended the comment period to …

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New York AG: Indian Point deal ‘very risky,’ asks feds to let state intervene

New York AG: Indian Point deal ‘very risky,’ asks feds to let state New York Attorney General Letitia James on Wednesday called the deal to sell the Indian Point nuclear power plant “very risky” and urged federal safety regulators to consider the state’s concerns before moving ahead.James filed a petition to intervene in the Nuclear …

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Latimer Asks For NRC Hearing On Indian Point Nuclear Plant Sale

Latimer Asks For NRC Hearing On Indian Point Nuclear Plant Sale CORTLANDT, NY – As federal officials consider approving the sale of Indian Point to a company that would decommission the nuclear plant, store radioactive materials and clean up the property, the Westchester County Executive has asked the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for more oversight.

NRC Is Reviewing Application To Transfer Indian Point For Decommissioning

NRC Is Reviewing Application To Transfer Indian Point For Decommissioning The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is reviewing an application from Entergy Nuclear Operations to transfer Indian Point licenses to another company for decommissioning. The application has kicked off a public comment period and the opportunity to request a hearing. In April, Holtec and Entergy agreed that …

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Community Leaders Forming Coalition to Keep Dresden Nuclear Station Open & Viable For The Future

Community Leaders Forming Coalition to Keep Dresden Nuclear Station Open & Viable For The Future Our sister station WCSJ reports that Grundy County and Exelon officials are working together to keep Dresden Nuclear Station open in the future. The plant, near Morris, serves the northern portion of the state. Nancy Norton with the Grundy Economic …

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Is The Company Poised To Dismantle Indian Point Too Radioactive?

Is The Company Poised To Dismantle Indian Point Too Radioactive? When Deb Milone looks at the soon-to-close Indian Point Energy Center, standing sentinel on a promontory above the Hudson River, she sees a future business campus, manufacturing hub, or some other revenue generator. “It’s 90 acres, and it’s a huge amount of tax loss to …

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Holtec Projects $2.3 Billion Price Tag for Indian Point Decommissioning

Holtec Projects $2.3 Billion Price Tag for Indian Point Decommissioning – ExchangeMonitor Holtec International believes it can complete decommissioning of the three nuclear reactors at the Indian Point Energy Center in upstate New York in 12 to 15 years at a cost of $2.3 billion, according to a new filing with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory …

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FirstEnergy Solutions gets OK to transfer nuclear licenses

FirstEnergy Solutions gets OK to transfer nuclear licenses It looks like the next incarnation of FirstEnergy Solutions (FES) will have licenses to operate the Davis-Besse, Perry and, for now at least, the Beaver Valley nuclear plants, once the company exits its Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The company will operate under a new name, Energy Harbor, while …

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