Subject:  Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station, Units 2 and 3 - Request for Additional Information - Relief Request I5R-05 (EPID L-2018-LLR-0058)ADAMS Accession No. ML18226A201

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In its petition to the NRC, Beyond Nuclear cited the potential
defects in nuclear reactor components manufactured by AREVA-Le Creusot
Forge (ACF). The defects involve flaws in the steel manufacturing
process that result in carbon macrosegregation, a condition marked by
excess carbon that can make the metal brittle and subject to sudden
fracture or tearing under high pressure.

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Susquehanna Steam Electric Station - Integrated Inspection Report 05000387/2018002 and 05000388/2018002
ADAMS Accession No.  ML18221A500

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Braidwood, Byron, Calvert Cliffs, Clinton, Dresden, FitzPatrick, LaSalle, Limerick, Nine Mile, Peach Bottom, Quad Cities, Ginna, Three Mile Island - Issuance Of Amendments to Relocate the Staff Qualification Requirements (EPID L-2018-LLA-0053)

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SUN DAY CAMPAIGN

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NUCLEAR INFORMATION & RESOURCE SERVICE

6930 Carroll Avenue, Suite #340; Takoma Park, MD 20912

sun-day-campaign@hotmail.com

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https://www.nirs.org

 

News Analysis

 

AS TRUMP ADMINISTRATION CONSIDERS BAILOUTS OF

UNECONOMIC NUCLEAR AND COAL PLANTS...

 

EIA & FERC DATA SHOW RENEWABLES PROVIDING MORE ELECTRICITY

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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
Dept. of Environmental Protection

Commonwealth News Bureau Room 308, Main Capitol Building Harrisburg PA., 17120

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

07/27/2018

CONTACT:

Nate Wardle, DOH

717-787-1783

Neil Shader, DEP

717-787-1323

Department of Health and Department of Environmental
Protection Report First Human Case of West Nile Virus in Pennsylvania in
2018

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Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Press Release

No: 18-033 July 26, 2018

CONTACT: Scott Burnell, 301-415-8200

 

NRC Makes Available for Public Review Peach Bottom’s Subsequent License Renewal Application

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From Chester County Press:

In
what can best be called a “kicking the tires” phase, Exelon
Generation, a subsidiary of Exelon Corp., is in the early stages of
exploring the option of moving its Kennett Square headquarters, where
700 employees work in two buildings, located at 200 and 300 Exelon
Way.
An official statement from the
subsidiary, provided to the Chester County Press by David
Tillman, director of nuclear communications, reads:

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From ANS Nuclear Policy Wire 7/24:

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