Testimony

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Epstein Brief Filed with PUC, Re: Utilities Oversight

BEFORE THE 

   Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission   

   Re: Petition of PPL Electric Utilities Corporation for      

Approval of an Energy Efficiency and Conservation Plan, 

Docket No. M-2009-2093216   Main Brief 

Eric Joseph Epstein, Pro se 

August 28, 2009 

 

On October 15, 2008, Governor Edward Rendell signed HB 2200 into law 

Civil Suit Requests Hold, Resolution of Water Use Issues

TMI Alert Chairman Eric Epstein presented testimony in a civil lawsuit pertaining to the relicensing of PPL's Susquehanna Steam Electric Station. Epstein asked that action toward relicensing the plant be put on hold until unresolved water use issues are resolved. 

To read the full complaint, and other related documents and articles, open PDF attachments: 

 

 

 

 

NRC Issues Safety Evaluation for TMI License Renewal Application

 March 13, 2009


The Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff has issued its safety evaluation report (SER) with Open Items for the proposed renewal of the operating license for the Three Mile Island Nuclear Station, Unit 1 (TMI-1), located in Middletown, Pa. The report documents the interim results of the NRC staff’s review of the license renewal application and site audits of TMI-1’s aging management programs to address the safety of plant operations during the period of extended operations. Overall, the results show that the applicant has identified actions that have been or will be taken to manage the effects of aging in the appropriate safety systems, structures and components of the plant and that their functions will be maintained during the period of extended operation. 

TMIA Comments on Aging Systems at PPL's Susquehanna Plant

Eric Epstein, on Jan. 13, 2009, commented on what he considers the "premature request to relicense" the aging Susquehanna Steam Engine Station" for 20 more years.

To read the complete public testimony, as well as the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's response, open the PDFs below.

 

 

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