Three Mile Island sale clears another hurdle on eve of Biden administration The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission approved the sale of Three Mile Island’s Unit 2 last month amid ongoing concerns about the new owner’s ability to pay for decommissioning the reactor that partially melted down in 1979.
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Feds speed sale of Three Mile Island unit amid state concern about decommissioning Federal regulators plan to approve the sale of Three Mile Island’s Unit 2, the nuclear reactor that partially melted down in 1979, despite concern…
Three Mile Island owner agrees to public decommissioning panel but no financial settlement State regulators have reached a settlement with the owners of Three Mile Island’s Unit 2, the nuclear reactor that partially melted down in 1979, that includes the creation of a decommissioning advisory panel.
Three Mile Island decommissioning fight nears end amid lack of local input State regulators are negotiating a settlement with the owners of Three Mile Island’s Unit 2, the storied nuclear reactor that partially melted down in 1979, amid objections over the proposed sale to a third party that would take over its decommissioning.
‘The worst-case scenario’: Regulators, watchdogs fear plan to dismantle damaged TMI nuclear reactor It’s been more than 41 years, but Stephen Mohr still remembers how he knew something went wrong at the nuclear power plant on Three Mile Island. “I knew something happened because I went out to get the newspaper and I could smell …
‘We believe there’s a clear and present danger’: Three Mile Island decommissioning in question
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Public can weigh in on transfer of Three Mile Island’s stricken Unit 2 to decommissioning firm On the 41st anniversary of the nation’s worst commercial nuclear power accident, the public is being given the chance to weigh in on the proposed transfer of the stricken Three Mile Island Unit 2 reactor to EnergySolutions.