Daily Report, 9/21/22

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Current status of U.S. nuclear power plants: 

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Current Power Reactor Status Report was posted on September 21. The last recorded status is as follows:

  • 10 US nuclear reactors are at reduced capacity.
  • 4 of the 93 US nuclear reactors listed on the NRC’s daily report are not operating. Non-operating reactors are listed in our US Reactor Status table.

Event Reports from Reactors:

No new Event Reports from Reactors

Preliminary Notifications relating to reactors:

No new Preliminary Notifications

NRC News releases: 

No new NRC News or Speeches

Daily Report, 9/20/22

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Current status of U.S. nuclear power plants: 

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Current Power Reactor Status Report was posted on September 20. The last recorded status is as follows:

  • 11 US nuclear reactors are at reduced capacity.
  • 3 of the 93 US nuclear reactors listed on the NRC’s daily report are not operating. Non-operating reactors are listed in our US Reactor Status table.

Event Reports from Reactors:

River Bend reported a safety system inoperability.

South Texas issued a fitness-for-duty report. 

Grand Gulf gave offsite notification of a fatality (not work related).

Preliminary Notifications relating to reactors:

No new Preliminary Notifications

NRC News releases: 

No new NRC News or Speeches

Daily Report, 9/19/22

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Current status of U.S. nuclear power plants: 

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Current Power Reactor Status Report was posted on September 19. The last recorded status is as follows:

  • 11 US nuclear reactors are at reduced capacity.
  • 3 of the 93 US nuclear reactors listed on the NRC’s daily report are not operating. Non-operating reactors are listed in our US Reactor Status table.

Event Reports from Reactors:

Farley issued a fitness-for-duty report.

Hatch issued a fitness-for-duty report.

Vogtle issued a fitness-for-duty report.

Vogtle issued a fitness-for-duty report.

Preliminary Notifications relating to reactors:

No new Preliminary Notifications

NRC News releases: 

No new NRC News or Speeches

Daily Report, 9/17/22

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No News Items or Preliminary Notifications appeared from the NRC in the last 24 hours. There are no Event Reports or Status Reports from the NRC today, because it is Saturday. This weekend’s Event Reports next week when the NRC resumes its posts.

Daily Report, 9/16/22

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Current status of U.S. nuclear power plants: 

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Current Power Reactor Status Report was posted on September 16. The last recorded status is as follows:

  • 10 US nuclear reactors are at reduced capacity.
  • 4 of the 93 US nuclear reactors listed on the NRC’s daily report are not operating. Non-operating reactors are listed in our US Reactor Status table.

Event Reports from Reactors:

No new Event Reports from Reactors

Preliminary Notifications relating to reactors:

No new Preliminary Notifications

NRC News releases: 

No new NRC News or Speeches

Daily Report, 9/15/22

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Current status of U.S. nuclear power plants: 

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Current Power Reactor Status Report was posted on September 15. The last recorded status is as follows:

  • 13 US nuclear reactors are at reduced capacity.
  • 4 of the 93 US nuclear reactors listed on the NRC’s daily report are not operating. Non-operating reactors are listed in our US Reactor Status table.

Event Reports from Reactors:

Calvert Cliffs reported a safety injection actuation signal while shutdown.

Preliminary Notifications relating to reactors:

No new Preliminary Notifications

NRC News releases: 

Nuclear Regulatory Commission Region I officials in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, have selected Corey Dukehart as the resident inspector at the Peach Bottom nuclear power plant in Delta, Pennsylvania. He joins Senior Resident Inspector Scott Rutenkroger at the two-unit site, which is operated by Constellation Nuclear.

Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff will meet with BWXT Nuclear Operations Group Inc., Sept. 22, to discuss five apparent violations of regulatory requirements related to a June 2020 flash fire in the supercompactor facility that resulted in the death of a BWXT employee.

Daily Report, 9/14/22

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Current status of U.S. nuclear power plants: 

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Current Power Reactor Status Report was posted on September 14. The last recorded status is as follows:

  • 12 US nuclear reactors are at reduced capacity.
  • 4 of the 93 US nuclear reactors listed on the NRC’s daily report are not operating. Non-operating reactors are listed in our US Reactor Status table.

Event Reports from Reactors:

No new Event Reports from Reactors

Preliminary Notifications relating to reactors:

No new Preliminary Notifications

NRC News releases: 

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has notified Entergy Operations of its final determination that an inspection finding at the Waterford nuclear power plant in Killona, Louisiana, has low-to-moderate safety significance

Daily Report, 9/13/22

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Current status of U.S. nuclear power plants: 

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Current Power Reactor Status Report was posted on September 13. The last recorded status is as follows:

  • 15 US nuclear reactors are at reduced capacity.
  • 3 of the 93 US nuclear reactors listed on the NRC’s daily report are not operating. Non-operating reactors are listed in our US Reactor Status table.

Event Reports from Reactors:

No new Event Reports from Reactors

Preliminary Notifications relating to reactors:

No new Preliminary Notifications

NRC News releases: 

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has issued a renewed operating license for Westinghouse Electric Co.’s Columbia Fuel Fabrication Facility in Hopkins, South Carolina. The renewed license authorizes the facility to continue operations through Sept. 12, 2062.

Daily Report, 9/12/22

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Current status of U.S. nuclear power plants: 

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Current Power Reactor Status Report was posted on September 12. The last recorded status is as follows:

  • 12 US nuclear reactors are at reduced capacity.
  • 5 of the 93 US nuclear reactors listed on the NRC’s daily report are not operating. Non-operating reactors are listed in our US Reactor Status table.

Event Reports from Reactors:

No new Event Reports from Reactors

Preliminary Notifications relating to reactors:

No new Preliminary Notifications

NRC News releases: 

No new NRC News or Speeches

Daily Report, 9/10/22

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Current status of U.S. nuclear power plants: 

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s Current Power Reactor Status Report was posted on September 9. The last recorded status is as follows:

  • 11 US nuclear reactors are at reduced capacity.
  • 4 of the 93 US nuclear reactors listed on the NRC’s daily report are not operating. Non-operating reactors are listed in our US Reactor Status table.

Event Reports from Reactors:

No new Event Reports from Reactors

Preliminary Notifications relating to reactors:

No new Preliminary Notifications

NRC News releases: 

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission will hold a public meeting Sept. 22 in South Haven, Michigan, to discuss and receive public comment on Holtec Decommissioning International’s plans for decommissioning the Palisades nuclear power plant.

Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff will meet with representatives of a Bridgeport, Connecticut, hospital on Sept. 15, to discuss apparent violations associated with the temporary loss of a radioactive source used for the calibration of nuclear medicine equipment.

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has published the United States’ Ninth National Report for the Convention on Nuclear Safety, describing the U.S. government’s actions under the convention to achieve and maintain a high level of safety for the country’s nuclear power plants.