Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Press Release

No: 18-020 May 24, 2018

CONTACT: Scott Burnell, 301-415-8200

NRC Oversight Workshop to Focus on Vendor Inspection Activities

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is hosting its sixth Workshop on Vendor Oversight on June 14 in Cleveland.

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A publication of Three Mile Island Alert

This issue's contents:

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SUSQUEHANNA STEAM ELECTRIC STATION, UNITS 1 AND 2
INFORMATION REQUEST FOR THE CYBER-SECURITY INSPECTION
NOTIFICATION TO PERFORM INSPECTION 05000387/2018403 AND
05000388/2018403

ADAMS ACCESSION NO. ML18136A614

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Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff will discuss the 2017 safety performance of the
Peach Bottom nuclear power plant, operated by Exelon, during an open house on May 24 in
Holtwood, Pa.

The open house, which will be held at the Muddy Run Visitor Center, 172 Bethesda Church
Road West, will held 5:30-7 p.m. NRC staff responsible for inspections, including the resident
inspectors assigned to Peach Bottom on a full-time basis, will be available to discuss the plant’s
performance.

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Letter to Power Reactor Licensees - U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Analysis of Licensees' 2017 Decommissioning Funding Status Reports.

ADAMS Accession No. ML18122A001

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Subsidies for Uneconomic Power Plants Wrong Choice, Broad Energy Coalition Opposes Federal Action Based on Faulty Factual and Legal Premise 

Natural Gas-Renewables-Power-Efficiency Groups Submit Legal Analysis Showing No ‘Emergency’ Justifying Action Under Existing Federal Authorities, Inappropriate to Long-term Market Support of Uneconomic Power Plants 

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PEACH BOTTOM ATOMIC POWER STATION: EVALUATED EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS EXERCISE INSPECTION REPORT 05000277/2018501 AND 05000278/2018501

Download 2018 Exercise Report

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Summary of April 26, 2018, Meeting with Exelon Generation Company, LLC Regarding Draft Guidance for Emergency Response Organization Staffing (EPID L-2018-LRM-0028)

Download ML18120A177

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Notice of Pre-Application Meeting with Susquehanna Nuclear, LLC

Download ML18122A307

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WIND AND SOLAR PROVIDE 98%

OF ALL NEW ELECTRICAL GENERATING CAPACITY

IN JANUARY + FEBRUARY

 

RENEWABLES NOW PROVIDE MORE THAN ONE-FIFTH

OF NATION'S INSTALLED GENERATING CAPACITY

 

RENEWABLES ACCOUNT FOR ALMOST 70% OF PROPOSED

NET GENERATION ADDITIONS OVER NEXT THREE YEARS

 

For Release:  Tuesday - April 24, 2018

 

Contact:         Ken Bossong, 301-270-6477 x.6 

                         

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