Community-Based Socioeconomic Decommissioning Solutions

Community-Based Socioeconomic Decommissioning Solutions

Just published. Our summary report: How Nuclear Power Plant Decommissioning Can Inform the Energy Transition

Summary of lessons learned from our three-years worth of work with the  U.S. Economic Development Administration.

Check out our recent publication in The Electricity Journal

New Life at Old Plants: Exploring Solar Power Development at Former Nuclear Power Plant Sites in the United States

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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.

Next Steps for Decommissioned Plants

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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Federal money could supercharge state efforts to preserve nuclear power

February 20, 2024

Federal money could supercharge state efforts to preserve nuclear power * Missouri IndependentIn the coming years, a nuclear power plant on the shores of Lake Michigan could become the first in the country to restart operations after shutting down. The Palisades plant in southwest Michigan could be revived by a $1.5 billion loan from the […]

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Federal money could supercharge state efforts to preserve nuclear power

February 12, 2024

Federal money could supercharge state efforts to preserve nuclear power – Stateline A $1.5 billion federal loan could enable a privately owned Michigan nuclear plant to be the first to restart operations after shutting down.

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Gretchen Whitmer seeks another $150M to restart Palisades nuclear plant

February 9, 2024

Gretchen Whitmer seeks another $150M to restart Palisades nuclear plant | Bridge Michigan The plant could be a key for Michigan to realize its transition away from fossil fuels, but environmental groups are upset by the governor’s proposal to double the state’s financial support for Palisades.

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