Peach Bottom - Requalification Program Inspection Notification Letter

Peach Bottom - Requalification Program Inspection Notification Letter

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Susquehanna Units 1 and 2-NRC Initial Operator Licensing Examination Report

SUSQUEHANNA STEAM ELECTRIC STATION, UNITS 1 AND 2 – NRC INITIAL OPERATOR LICENSING EXAMINATION REPORT 05000387/2016301 AND 05000388/201630

 

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Letter of Concern Regarding November 21st Decision

Introduction: It is circumstantial; however, public documentation regarding the Riverstone Holdings LLC takeover of Talen Energy on more than one occasion indicated that no operational changes were included in the $14 per share buy-out deal noted above and in previous posts.

Three Mile Island Unit 1 Returns to Full Power

 

Letter of Concern Regarding Due Process

I began my review of Talen Energy, prior to October 2016, regarding SSES cask storage requirements, and later grew concerned when discussions of License Transfer, Talen Energy to Riverstone Holdings LLC and ownership changes became public. During my analysis, I became aware that the ethics of these companies might be suspect, and that their business practices, as demonstrated by their actions, could affect their ability to effectively manage SSES safely over the life of the license; thus affecting the health and safety of the greater Berwick, PA community.

States Are the Nuclear Industry’s Best Hope

Thirty-seven years after a partial meltdown of one of its two reactors made it a symbol of the potential for radioactive catastrophe, the Three Mile Island nuclear plant is still operating—for now. The Dauphin County, Pa., facility represents the perilous economic condition of a nuclear industry besieged by competition from inexpensive natural gas and subsidized wind and solar power.

Exelon: Request for Withholding Information Regarding Guarantees of Payment of Deferred Premiums

BRAIDWOOD STATION, UNITS 1 AND 2; BYRON STATION, UNIT NOS. 1 AND 2; CALVERT CLIFFS NUCLEAR POWER PLANT, UNITS 1 AND 2; CLINTON POWER STATION, UNIT NO. 1; DRESDEN NUCLEAR POWER STATION, UNITS 2 AND 3; LASALLE COUNTY STATION, UNITS 1 AND 2; LIMERICK GENERATING STATION, UNITS 1 AND 2; NINE MILE POINT NUCLEAR STATION, UNITS 1 AND 2; OYSTER CREEK NUCLEAR GENERATING STATION; PEACH BOTTOM ATOMIC POWER STATION, UNITS 2 AND 3; QUAD CITIES NUCLEAR POWER STATION, UNITS 1 AND 2; R. E. GINNA NUCLEAR POWER PLANT; AND THREE MILE ISLAND NUCLEAR STATION, UNIT 1 -REQUEST FOR WITHHOLDING INFORMATION REGARDING GUARANTEES OF PAYMENT OF DEFERRED PREMIUMS (CAC NOS. MF8821-MF8842)

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NRC Proceeding "Susquehanna 50-387, 50-388 & 72-28-LT-2"

Letter of Concern Regarding November 21st Decision

NUCLEAR REGULAGTORY COMMISSION

BEFORE THE ATOMIC SAFETY AND LICENSING BOARD

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

Pursuant to 10 C.F.R. § 2.305, I hereby certify that copies of the foregoing “Letter of Concern Regarding November 21, 2016 Decision, Submitted by Sabatini Monatesti,” dated December 15, 2016, have been filed through the Electronic Information Exchange, the NRC’s E-Filing System, in the above-captioned proceeding, this 15th day of December, 2016.

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DEP Increases Drought Warning to Eight Counties, 26 Counties Remain on Drought Watch

DEP Increases Drought Warning to Eight Counties, 26 Counties Remain on Drought Watch

Harrisburg, PA The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has placed four more counties on drought warning status following a meeting today of the Commonwealth Drought Task Force.
While recent precipitation over the past few weeks has helped dry conditions in the eastern part of Pennsylvania, the central part of the state still has persistent 90-day precipitation deficits of up to 4 inches from normal as well as low groundwater and stream levels.

Mifflin, Juniata, Snyder, and Union Counties were moved from drought watch to drought warning status. Snyder has a precipitation deficit of 11 inches from normal over the past year.

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NRC Proposes $14,000 Fine for Virginia Firm for Not Obtaining Approvals to Perform Work

NRC Proposes $14,000 Fine for Virginia Firm for Not Obtaining Approvals to Perform Work

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has proposed a $14,000 civil penalty for a Manassas, Va., firm for performing work in the District of Columbia without first obtaining approval from the NRC to do so.

EMSI Engineering Inc. conducted the activities, which involved using portable nuclear gauges to take soil-density measurements at construction sites, on approximately 200 occasions between April 9, 2009, and Nov. 18, 2015.

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