Closure Agreement / Resources

“Replacement Energy and Capacity Resources for the Indian Point Energy Center Under New York Clean Energy Standard (CES)” by Bob Fagan, Alice Napoleon, Spencer Fields, and Patrick Luckow  

“Synapse Energy Economics (Synapse) was engaged by Riverkeeper and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) to analyze replacement energy and capacity resources associated with the retirement of the Indian Point Energy Center (IPEC). This report provides such analysis. Synapse utilized the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) ReEDS (Regional Energy Deployment System) modeling system1 to estimate … Continue reading

“Utility Analyst Report: Indian Point’s Nuclear Power Can Be Replaced With Low-Carbon Options Led By Increased Energy Efficiency & Renewables”
Closure Agreement / Resources

“Utility Analyst Report: Indian Point’s Nuclear Power Can Be Replaced With Low-Carbon Options Led By Increased Energy Efficiency & Renewables”

Report for Riverkeeper, NRDC Shows Reliable, Affordable & Clean Power Transition Expected With 2020-2021 Shutdown of Troubled Nuclear Plant Near New York City; Implementation of State’s Clean Energy Policies is Critical NEW YORK – February 23, 2017 – Electricity generation from the aging and problem-plagued Indian Point Energy Center (IPEC) nuclear plant north of New … Continue reading

“Toxic Liquid Nuclear Waste Headed for US Roadways” by Will Greenberg
News / Resources / Scientific Concepts

“Toxic Liquid Nuclear Waste Headed for US Roadways” by Will Greenberg

“Less than two ounces, says one analysis, could destroy a city’s water supply. The Department of Energy, to the consternation of environmental groups, is preparing to transport 6,000 gallons of highly toxic liquid nuclear waste over American roadways. The spent nuclear fuel is “target residue material” containing highly enriched uranyl nitrate—which after processing can be … Continue reading

Events / Resources

Matter of Entergy Nuclear Operations, Inc. v New York State Dept. of State

“The issue presented is whether Entergy’s pending application to renew its federal [*2]operating licenses for the Indian Point nuclear reactors on the Hudson River in Westchester County, for an additional 20 years, is subject to review by the New York State Department of State for consistency with the policies of New York’s Coastal Management Program … Continue reading