South Carolina Electric & Gas says the South Carolina Office of Regulatory Staff's sanctions request against it is "baseless" and invalid. "There is nothing inappropriate, let along [sic] sanctionable, about logging documents as privileged in accordance with the explicit directive in the (PSC) order," SCE&G's attorneys say.
The Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization remains skeptical over whether North Korea is actively denuclearizing. "We are doing remote monitoring, constantly, but it's not enough," says Lassina Zerbo, the organization's executive secretary.
The Hanford site in Washington has treated 2.2 billion gallons of groundwater, meeting the goal almost two months earlier than planned. The site will continue to treat 2.2 billion gallons of groundwater annually.
The Paks nuclear plant in Hungary saw reduced output from Block 3 yesterday due to electrical issues. It's expected to return to capacity late next week.
Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power Corp.'s president, Chung Jae-hoon, is visiting the Czech Republic today to push forward the company's bid to build the country's new nuclear plants. "The Czech Republic is the market that KHNP considers to be a bridgehead for the advancement to Eastern Europe," says Chung.
The Project Orion space program that ran from 1958 to 1965 looked into using nuclear bombs to propel rockets. Small tests were successful, but the program was ultimately shut down by the 1963 nuclear testing ban.
The Tennessee Valley Authority employs 38 cybersecurity experts, plus 20 to 30 contract workers, to monitor online activities for potential cyber attacks. "Cyber threats now represent a greater threat to the United States than physical threats," says Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.
The uranium leak at Westinghouse's South Carolina fuel factory has led the company to create a customer advisory board. The leak did not impact the water supply, says Westinghouse.
Municipal Electric Authority of Georgia and Oglethorpe Power Corp. saw their bond ratings placed on "Rating Watch Negative" by Fitch Ratings last week. The revised cost expectations to complete units 3 and 4 at Plant Vogtle in Georgia was a leading reason for the decision, says Fitch analyst Kathy Masterson.