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The Nuclear Decommissioning Collaborative is a resource for decommissioning best practices and information. We are a non-partisan non-profit dedicated to providing decommissioning stakeholders with accurate and objective information to promote effective nuclear plant decommissioning and community revitalization.

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Nuclear power plants can pump millions of dollars into local economies, but with more than 20 plants scheduled to close, how will these largely rural communities cope with this loss of revenue? We took a look at this issue in a recent article for The Daily Yonder.

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Sen. Markey’s congressional hearing on nuclear decommissioning in Plymouth gets commitment

May 8, 2022

Sen. Markey’s congressional hearing on nuclear decommissioning in Plymouth gets commitmentPLYMOUTH – State and federal elected officials don’t want to see a million gallons of water from the shuttered Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth “dumped,” as they call it, into Cape Cod Bay. The same can be said about rule changes proposed by the […]

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Local officials and nonprofits sign open letter supporting a future “clean tech park” at Diablo Canyon

May 6, 2022

Local officials and nonprofits sign open letter supporting a future “clean tech park” at Diablo Canyon Governor Gavin Newsom told the L.A. Times last week he’s reconsidering whether Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant in San Luis Obispo County should fully close by 2025. In a reversal of his years-long stance on the plant’s decommissioning timeline, […]

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Nonprofit backs Whitmer’s bid to keep nuclear plant running

April 27, 2022

Nonprofit backs Whitmer’s bid to keep nuclear plant running – Grand Rapids Business Journal Gov. Gretchen Whitmer asked for federal aid in retaining Palisades Nuclear Plant in Van Buren County, a move backed by Benton-Harbor based workforce development agency Kinexus Group. The Entergy-owned plant generates 15% of Michigan’s clean energy and 6.5% of Michigan’s electricity. […]

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