- Regulators: Safety, welding problems at offshore wind farm Updated: Oct-02-15 9:57 am
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - The nation's first offshore wind farm has experienced safety and welding problems, and regulators are closely monitoring construction, according to the regulatory agency that issued a permit for the work.
- TVA's Sequoyah reactors have licenses renewed Updated: Sep-29-15 4:02 am
SODDY-DAISY, Tennessee - The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission has renewed operating licenses for both reactors at Tennessee Valley Authority's Sequoyah Nuclear Plant in Soddy-Daisy.
- Correction: Vermont Yankee story Updated: Sep-25-15 11:04 am
BRATTLEBORO, Vermont - In a story Sept. 24 about the owner of the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant, The Associated Press erroneously reported which government agency requires a 30-day notice before the plant owners withdraw money from a decommissioning fund. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission requires notification, not the state of Vermont. The story also erroneously reported the state's role. The state may ask to be notified when requests for withdrawals are made, not ask for hearings.
- LNG critics ask Oregon Gov. Kate Brown to oppose project Updated: Sep-23-15 9:50 am
ASTORIA, Oregon - Confident that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission will eventually issue a license for Oregon LNG's $6 billion liquefied natural gas terminal and pipeline on Warrenton's Skipanon Peninsula, opponents are calling on Gov. Kate Brown to take a stand against the project.
- Nuclear Regulatory Commission inspecting Callaway plant Updated: Sep-21-15 1:09 pm
FULTON, Missouri - The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is conducting an inspection at the Callaway Nuclear Plant in central Missouri.
- Duke Energy to foot $85M more in coal-gas plant's costs Updated: Sep-18-15 5:37 pm
INDIANAPOLIS - Duke Energy has agreed to foot another $85 million in costs associated with its problem-plagued Indiana coal-gasification plant under a settlement with the state's utility consumer counselor and large industrial customers.
- Debate resumes in Las Vegas about Nevada nuclear dump idea Updated: Sep-16-15 1:13 am
LAS VEGAS - The debate resumed Tuesday in Nevada about the possibility of radioactive contamination of the underground water supply from a proposed national nuclear waste repository in the desert near where nuclear weapons tests were conducted for decades.