Susquehanna Acceptance of Requested Licensing Action

SUSQUEHANNA STEAM ELECTRIC STATION, UNITS 1 AND 2 ­ ACCEPTANCE OF REQUESTED LICENSING ACTION RE: CHANGE TO TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION SURVEILLANCE REQUIREMENTS TO INCREASE DIESEL GENERATOR MINIMUM STEADY STATE VOLTAGE (TAC NOS. ME9607 AND ME9608)

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Susquehanna Acceptance of Requested Licensing Action

SUSQUEHANNA STEAM ELECTRIC STATION, UNITS 1 AND 2 ­ ACCEPTANCE OF REQUESTED LICENSING ACTION RE: CHANGE TO TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION SURVEILLANCE REQUIREMENT 3.8.1.19 TO INCREASE DIESEL GENERATOR E'MINIMUM STEADY STATE FREQUENCY (TAC NOS. ME9609 AND ME9610)

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Susquehanna Issuance of Amendments

SUSQUEHANNA STEAM ELECTRIC STATION, UNITS 1 AND 2 - ISSUANCE OF AMENDMENTS RE: APPROVAL OF CYBER SECURITY PLAN MILESTONES 3 AND 6 (TAC NOS. ME8521 AND ME8522)

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Exelon Fleet Physical Security Plan

BRAIDWOOD STATION, UNIT NOS 1 AND 2; BYRON STATION, UNIT NOS. 1 AND 2; CLINTON POWER STATION, UNIT NO.1; DRESDEN NUCLEAR POWER STATION, UNIT NOS. 1, 2AND 3; LASALLE COUNTY STATION, UNIT NOS. 1 AND 2; LIMERICK GENERATING STATION, UNIT NOS. 1 AND 2; OYSTER CREEK NUCLEAR GENERATING STATION; PEACH BOTTOM ATOMIC POWER STATION, UNIT NOS. 1,2, AND 3; QUAD CITIES NUCLEAR POWER STATION, UNIT NOS. 1 AND 2; AND THREE MILE ISLAND NUCLEAR STATION, UNIT 1 - REQUEST FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION REGARDING PHYSICAL SECURITY PLAN, TRAINING AND QUALIFICATION PLAN, AND SAFEGUARDS CONTINGENCY PLAN

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TMI, Unit 1 - NRC Security Inspection

THREE MILE ISLAND NUCLEAR STATION, UNIT 1 - NRC SECURITY INSPECTION REPORT NO. 0500028912012403

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Exelon Generation Completes Installation of State-of-the-Art Siren System for TMI

Comprehensive Testing Schedule Announced

LONDONDERRY TOWNSHIP, PA (Oct.2, 2012) – Exelon Generation has completed the installation of a new state-of-the-art siren system around Three Mile Island (TMI) Generating Station, part of a $13 million investment to upgrade sirens around the company’s nuclear stations.

The new system includes 96 sirens with improved sound coverage and battery back-up capability. This ensures the sirens will be able to operate and provide notification if electrical service is interrupted.

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Request for Withholding Information From Public Disclosure for Susquehanna

REQUEST FOR WITHHOLDING INFORMATION FROM PUBLIC DISCLOSURE FOR SUSQUEHANNA STEAM ELECTRIC STATION (TAC NOS. ME9083 AND ME9084)

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Bell Bend Nuclear Plant On Hold; Water Use Plan Denied

SRBC is currently reviewing both surface water and consumptive use applications for BBNPP. Based on our review of PPL’s consumptive use mitigation needs, SRBC staff has determined that it cannot recommend approval of operations at Holtwood, as proposed, to meet the mitigation requirement at BBNPP. Holtwood’s downstream location would leave approximately 120 river miles unmitigated during designated low flow periods. This does not preclude using operations at Holtwood as potential mitigation for other, more appropriate PPL assets.

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Susquehanna Notice of Licensee Meeting with PPL

Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, Units 1 and 2
October 16, 2012
5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. - Meeting

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NRC Seeks Comment on Proposed Guidance for Examining Plant Response to Updated Flooding Hazards

The NRC began examining flooding issues, in the form of upstream dam failures, prior to the Fukushima Dai-ichi accident. That work was incorporated into the agency’s post-Fukushima efforts, which include requiring all U.S. plants to re-analyze potential flooding hazards at their sites using the latest available information. The plants will use present day guidance and analysis methods that have been used in new reactor applications to analyze hazards including stream and river flooding, hurricane storm surges, tsunami, and dam failures. In May, the NRC announced a schedule for all U.S. nuclear power plants to complete the hazard re-analysis by March of 2015.

If the re-analyzed flood hazards exceed the levels a plant was originally designed for, the plant will tell the NRC what interim measures it will use to safely deal with the new hazard. The plant will also perform an “integrated assessment” to identify specific vulnerabilities and examine how existing or planned systems or procedures will prevent or mitigate flood damage.

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