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Recent News

Feds, Developers Seek Second Life for Former Nuclear Plants — Bloomberg Environment

December 15, 2019

Steam rises out of the nuclear plant on Three Mile Island nuclear plant on March 26, 2019. The plant closed in September, 40 years after it was the site of a partial meltdown. Photographer: Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images Sylvia Carignan, Reporter — Dec. 12, 2019, 5:01 PM Decommissioned nuclear power plants are an untapped but […]

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Social transition and why it matters in coal mine closure

December 12, 2019

Social transition and why it matters in coal mine closure On one level, it’s easy to call for an immediate end to coal mining. The industry is notoriously harmful for the environment, with the International Energy Agency reporting that coal-fired power plants were responsible for 30% of global carbon dioxide emissions in 2018, and emissions […]

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Plymouth keeps unified tax rate. Rate goes down, taxes go up.

December 11, 2019

Plymouth keeps unified tax rate. Rate goes down, taxes go up. Plymouth’s tax rate is going down, but values and taxes are increasing. PLYMOUTH – The tax rate has gone down, but values and taxes are increasing. The average residential tax bill for Fiscal Year 2020, which begins July 1, will increase approximately $240, according […]

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FirstEnergy Solutions gets OK to transfer nuclear licenses

December 5, 2019

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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NRC’s 2019 Annual Decommissioning Report

December 3, 2019

Published on November 19, 2019.  Available for download.

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Five years after shutdown, Windham County still feels loss of Vermont Yankee

December 1, 2019

Five years after shutdown, Windham County still feels loss of Vermont Yankee From a distance, a casual observer might not realize much has changed at Vermont Yankee, the nuclear plant situated along the Connecticut River in the southeastern corner of Vermont.Next month marks the five-year anniversary of the shutdown of the state’s lone nuclear power […]

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