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DOE Grants California’s Request to Revise Civil Nuclear Credit Program Eligibility, Extends Deadline

The Department of Energy (DOE) has revised eligibility criteria for the first-award cycle of its $6 billion Civil Nuclear Credit (CNC) program and extended its application period to Sept. 6,…


Risks and Opportunities: It's an Interesting Time to Be in the Power Industry

War rages in Europe. Natural gas prices are through the roof. Drought threatens hydro production. Weather extremes are becoming commonplace. Supply chains are strained. Demand for electricity is headed skyward.…


California Legislature Passes Bill to Support Reliability Reserve, Lifeline for Diablo Canyon Nuclear Plant

California’s State Legislature has passed a bill that could extend the operating lives of existing generating facilities slated for retirement, potentially providing a new lifeline for the 2,240-MW Diablo Canyon…


SaskPower Picks SMR Technology for First Two Potential Nuclear Units

SaskPower has chosen GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy’s (GEH’s) BWRX-300 small modular reactor (SMR) technology for Saskatchewan's first two nuclear units, which the provincial utility plans to deploy by the mid-2030s.…


CURTISS-WRIGHT SIGNS EXCLUSIVE AGREEMENT WITH THERMAL ENERGY INTERNATIONAL TO BRING GEM STEAM TRAPS WITH ZERO MOVING PARTS TO THE NORTH AMERICAN NUCLEAR POWER MARKET AND DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

BREA, CA­­ – June 28, 2022 – Curtiss-Wright’s Nuclear Division today announced that it has signed an exclusive teaming agreement with Thermal Energy International, Inc. (TEI) to bring GEM™ steam…