San Onofre debate now more public – and more technical

By Will Davis The debate over the continuing investigations into steam generator U-tube problems at San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) last week entered a new phase of heightened publicity Continue Reading →

2012 ~ The year that was in nuclear energy

Plus a few pointers to what’s in store for 2013 By Dan Yurman On a global scale the nuclear industry had its share of pluses and minuses in 2012. Japan’s Continue Reading →

Spent Fuel Pool at Oyster Creek

By Will Davis As the Eastern half of the United States falls under siege by Hurricane Sandy and combined weather fronts—which together are being termed “Frankenstorm”—the nuclear community is targeted by nuclear Continue Reading →

Update on Nuclear Waste Confidence Court Ruling

By Jim Hopf As I discussed in a June 20 ANS Nuclear Cafe post, a federal appeals court rejected the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s new nuclear Waste Confidence rule, and ordered Continue Reading →