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“Indian Point over safety hurdle for relicensing” by Mary Dempsey

“ WASHINGTON, D.C. — Indian Point is one step closer to being relicensed. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission released Wednesday, Aug. 12, its safety evaluation report on the nuclear power facility and concluded that there are no outstanding issues that would prevent Entergy’s request for a 20-year licensing renewal. The facility’s 40-year operating license for units … Continue reading

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NY State Supreme Court Affirms that Indian Point Adversely Impacts Fish
Riverkeeper and DEC victorious in effort to bring plant into compliance with CWA

June 26, 2009 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact:  Andrea Kott (914) 478-4501 x 239 akott@riverkeeper.org NY State Supreme Court Affirms that Indian Point Adversely Impacts Fish
Riverkeeper and DEC victorious in effort to bring plant into compliance with CWA (TarrytownRiverkeeper and the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and dismissed Entergy’s petition to overturn a decision by the … Continue reading

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“Decommissioning funds in question”

“If Entergy’s license renewal application for Indian Point Unit 2 is turned down by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the company wouldn’t have enough decommissioning funds to close down in 2013 when its license expires. The multi-billion dollar utility company also wouldn’t have enough money to decommission and close down Unit 1, the oldest of the … Continue reading