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Exelon, NRC discuss Peach Bottom's Boraflex degradation management

SUMMARY OF JUNE 16, 2009, MEETING WITH EXELON TO DISCUSS 

MANAGEMENT OF BORAFLEX DEGRADATION AND THE ASSOCIATED 

LICENSE AMENDMENT REQUEST UNDER REVIEW TO REVISE THE 

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE SPENT FUEL POOL K-INFINITY 

Exelon Reports on Its Decommissioning Funds

 In this March 31, 2009 document, Exelon reports on the status of the decommissioning fund for each of its nuclear power plants, as the company is required to do by federal code. When plants were licensed, it was required that they maintain a fund to close down and clean up a reactor site at the end of its life, or for any other reason. 

To read the report, open pdf titled "Exelon 3-3-2009": 

 

In a 2007 report, Exelon explains to the NRC how it calculated the costs of decommissioning.

Chrysler CEO Moves On to Exelon

By Timothy Inklebarger

October 9, 2009

Published by Pensions & Investments

Douglas J. Brown was named senior vice president and CIO of Exelon Corp., Chicago, effective Nov. 16.
He was assistant treasurer and CIO of Chrysler Group LLC, Auburn Hills, Mich., where he oversaw about $30 billion in assets, including $20 billion in defined benefit assets.

Exelon: No public threat from tritium leak

Experts working to determine source of leak, says plant VP

June 8, 2009 ATED STORY

A tritium leak was found during routine monitoring of Exelon Corp.'s Dresden nuclear plant last week, but contaminated water was contained to the property and did not pose a public health threat, company officials said today.

Testing at Dresden, near the Grundy County town of Morris about 60 miles southwest of Chicago, found tritium levels of 3.2 million picocuries per liter of water in a monitoring well, storm drains and concrete vault. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's limit for drinking water is 20,000 picocuries per liter.

Relicensing of Nation's Oldest Nuclear Station Challenged in Federal Court

Nuclear license renewal sparks protest

Coalition asks federal court to overturn NRC

June 02, 2009

BY MARYANN SPOTO

Star-Ledger Staff

Two months after the Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station in Lacey Township, New Jersey, won a 20-year extension of its license, a coalition of environmental and citizens groups has asked a federal court to overturn the decision.

Citing inadequate information provided to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission about the plant's safety, the coalition wants a federal court to invalidate the relicensing of the 40-year-old facility.

Deal Nearly Doubles TMI Taxes

Tuesday, May 20, 2008 

BY MARY KLAUS 

Of The Patriot-News 

 

The Lower Dauphin School Board approved an agreement with the owner of Three 

Mile Island that nearly doubles the property taxes the company pays the district each 

year. 

The board voted unanimously Monday night for the deal in which AmerGen Energy Co. 

will pay the district $637,000 a year from 2008 through 2017. Under a 2005 deal, the 

company paid $320,000 a year. 

The agreement calls for AmerGen to annually pay a total of $930,000 to the school 

district, Dauphin County and Londonderry Twp., the nuclear facility's host municipality. 

It previously paid the three a total of $450,000. 

Exelon CEO and industry representative argues for new nuclear plants

The nuclear power industry's top dog, in February 2008, explains

the industry's claims that construction of new nuclear power plants is necessary. 

 

"Good morning.  I am John Rowe.  Some of you may know me as 

Meet The Nuclear Power Lobby

By Diane Farsetta, Senior Researcher, Center for Media and Democracy. 

The following article appeared in the June 2008 issue of The Progressive magazine.

A Corporate History of Three Mile Island

 

Three Mile Island-1  (TMI-1) came on line in September 1974 at a cost of  $400 million. Legal intervention was conducted by the Environmental Coalition on Nuclear Power (ECNP) based in State College.

 

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