Grid Integration is an increasingly critical issue as the demand for electricity rises along with the growing need for reliable and diverse sources of electricity.

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Today is the deadline for coal-fired power plants to post the results of their groundwater monitoring under the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 2015 rule regulating the storage and disposal of coal ash. EPA required such monitoring to determine the extent to which coal ash impoundments and landfills were contaminating groundwater. The results confirm the widespread groundwater contamination caused by coal ash around the country. In particular, Duke Energy’s results reveal startlingly high levels of radioactivity at 11 out of 18 plants.

 

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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
Dept. of Environmental Protection

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

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ANNUAL ASSESSMENT LETTER FOR SUSQUEHANNA UNITS 1 AND 2 (REPORT 05000387/2017006 AND 05000388/2017006 REPORT 05000387/ 2017402 AND 05000388/2017402 REPORT 05000387/2017501 AND 05000388/2017501)

 

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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

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ANNUAL ASSESSMENT LETTER FOR PEACH BOTTOM
ATOMIC POWER STATION UNITS 2 AND 3 – (REPORT 05000277/
2017006 AND 05000278/2017006 REPORT 05000277/2017402 AND
05000278/2017402 REPORT 05000277/2017501 AND 05000278/2017501)
 
ADAMS ACCESSION NO.  ML18047A006
 

 

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ANNUAL ASSESSMENT LETTER FOR THREE MILE ISLAND STATION
UNIT 1 (REPORTS 05000289/2017006 AND 05000289/2017402 AND
05000289/2017501)
 
ADAMS ACCESSION NO.  ML18047A004
 

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