Spent Nuclear Fuel

Oyster Creek Won’t Become Repository For Other States: Officials

Oyster Creek Won’t Become Repository For Other States: Officials LACEY, NJ – As Holtec International applies to expand its spent-fuel storage area at the site of the shuttered Oyster Creek Generating Station, the public has speculated that the decommissioning company intends to make the location a storage site for other closed plants. A member of …

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Dozens of US nuclear power plants at risk due to climate change: Moody’s

Dozens of US nuclear power plants at risk due to climate change: Moody’s Highlights 37 GW of nuclear capacity at risk from flooding 48 GW at risk from heat, water stress Merchant plants have fewer options to recover mitigation costs Washington – Dozens of US nuclear power plants, comprising nearly half the country’s operational nuclear …

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Lacey board postpones Oyster Creek hearing

Lacey board postpones Oyster Creek hearing Above: The USA TODAY Network investigates the impacts of closing nuclear power plants. LACEY – Faced with a crowd too large to fit within the municipal building and still comply with state orders on indoor gatherings, the Planning Board postponed a hearing on Monday about nuclear waste storage at …

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Coastal Commission Paves Way for Nuclear Waste Storage at San Onofre

Coastal Commission Paves Way for Nuclear Waste Storage at San Onofre | San Clemente Times Unanimous vote approves new permit that would allow 20-year storage at SONGS By Jake Howard We’re entering a new phase in the saga of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS). Last week, in a unanimous vote of 10-0, the …

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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.

Push for better storage of spent Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station fuel

Push for better storage of spent Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station fuel Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station was permanently shut down in May, but more than 4,000 radioactive spent fuel assemblies will continue to be stored at the Plymouth site for the foreseeable future.Citizen activists in Barnstable County communities will ask voters at spring town meetings, or …

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