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October 23, 2020

Nuclear News Feature of the Week
Nuc-News-Feature 10-23-20
Brunswick Nuclear Power Plant. Photo: Duke Energy
Ratliff and Harris: Innovation for safety and reliability. The Nuclear News interview from the October Robotics and Plant Maintenance issue asks Jay Ratliff, plant manager at Duke Energy’s Brunswick plant, and Floyd Harris, a nuclear station scientist, about the various ways robotics and remote systems are deployed at Brunswick. Robotics was first considered a tool for radiation protection, but now is recognized as critical to effective plant maintenanceRead now
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Newswire''s top stories of the week
With DOE funds in hand, UAMPS preps for NuScale SMR licensing phase. Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems (UAMPS) announced last Friday that the Department of Energy has approved a $1.4-billion, multiyear cost-share award to Carbon Free Power Project LLC, a new business entity wholly owned by UAMPS that was created for the development and construction of a 720-MWe NuScale power plant—the Carbon Free Power Project (CFPP)—to be sited at Idaho National Laboratory. Read now
U.S., Canada sign MOU on safeguards and nonproliferation. The United States and Canada have signed a memorandum of understanding—Cooperation and Exchange of Information in Nuclear Security, Safeguards, and Nonproliferation Matters—to enable a more effective collaboration between the two countries in the areas of nuclear safety and security. Read now
First-ever cleanup of uranium enrichment plant celebrated at Oak Ridge. The completion of the decades-long effort to clean up the former Oak Ridge Gaseous Diffusion Plant was celebrated with Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette joining U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander, U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, and other state and community leaders at the East Tennessee Technology Park (ETTP), where the uranium enrichment complex once stood. Read now
U-233 processing restarts at Oak Ridge following upgrades. The processing and downblending of uranium-233 for disposal has resumed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, following a pause in operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Energy announced. Read now
Final outage completed at Palisades plant. Entergy Corporation’s Palisades nuclear power plant returned to service on October 21, following the completion of the Covert, Mich., facility’s final refueling and maintenance outage, which began on August 30. Read now
ANS News Update
Nuclear in K-12 education: Overview of ANS toolkit and reflections from educators. As part of Nuclear Science Week, ANS hosted a free webinar earlier this week that looked at the resources ANS has developed wtih Discovery Education and the DOE''s Office of Nuclear Energy to help K-12 educators teach nuclear science and technology. The webinar is available on demand for anyone to watch. Read now
ANS celebrates Nuclear Science Week with social media campaign, new RIPB webpage. The nuclear industry has embraced the risk-informed and performance-based (RIPB) decision-making process over the past two decades. Still, it remains a complex concept to explain in lay terms. Read now
Elementary school resources added to Navigating Nuclear. Elementary school lesson plans are the latest additions to the Navigating Nuclear: Energizing Our World website. The two lesson plans were created to help students in grades 3-5 understand the power of the atom and how to investigate different energy sources. Read now
From the Nuclear Cafe
NIA says we need both nuclear and renewables to protect the climate. Responding to a paper published in Nature Energy, the Nuclear Innovation Alliance (NIA) wrote in an October blog post that nuclear is a carbon-free energy source with an important role to play in decarbonizing the global economy. Read now
It’s time for the United States to demonstrate advanced reactors. A blog post by Rita Baranwal, the Assistant Secretary of Energy for Nuclear Energy at the DOE, talks about the important next steps that the U.S. is ready to take in demonstrating advanced reactor technologies. Read now
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Inspecting Hidden Areas of Metal Tanks and Containment Vessels or Liners. Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) has developed a suite of ultrasonic guided wave sensors to inspect inaccessible regions of a nuclear power plant''s containment vessel. Read now

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