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Nuclear baloney via Beyond Nuclear International

AP story on states’ nuclear choice fails to point out key realities by Linda Pentz Gunter […] The mantra about solving the nuclear waste problem has been repeated since the dawn of the Nuclear Age, coming up on 80 years … Continue reading

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Nuclear regulators recommend early site permit for Oak Ridge modular reactor site via Knox News

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission recommended issuing an early site permit for the Tennessee Valley Authority’s proposed Clinch River nuclear site in west Oak Ridge, after the final environmental impact statement was issued.  TVA plans to build at least two small modular nuclear … Continue reading

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Unfinished Nuclear Plant, 4 Decades and $5 Billion Later, Will Be Sold via The New York Times

HOLLYWOOD, Ala. — After spending more than 40 years and $5 billion on an unfinished nuclear power plant in northeastern Alabama, the nation’s largest federal utility is preparing to sell the property at a fraction of its cost. The utility, … Continue reading

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Column America’s newest nuke plant shows why nuclear power is dying in the U.S. via The Los Angeles Times

By Michael Hiltzik Shortly after New Year’s Day, the Tennessee Valley Authority is expected to bring its newest nuclear power plant online. The TVA says Watts Bar Unit 2 in Spring City, Tenn., about 50 miles north of Chattanooga, will … Continue reading

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TVA nominees agree to recuse themselves on Bellefonte Nuclear Plant vote via timesfreepress.com

wo nominees for the Tennessee Valley Authority are expected to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate today, but only after the pair made an unusual commitment Monday not to vote or involve themselves with any matter involving developer Franklin L. … Continue reading

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