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Hail causes roughly $5M damage at nuke plant - Fremont Tribune
2 Jul 2014 at 11:55am

Hail causes roughly $5M damage at nuke plant
Fremont Tribune
BLAIR (AP) ? The hail storm that hit Blair last month caused roughly $5 million damage to the Fort Calhoun nuclear power plant in eastern Nebraska. The Omaha Public Power District says that damage estimate could still change because repair bids haven ...

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Scathing report slammed OPPD management - KETV Omaha
15 Jul 2014 at 2:49am

KETV Omaha

Scathing report slammed OPPD management
KETV Omaha
Cavanaugh isn't backing away from the 2012 report, pointing out ?a history of organizational effectiveness weaknesses? when it comes to the Fort Calhoun station. The study was part of OPPD's plan to restart the plant -- something it did in December 2013.

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Utilities given more time to asses flood risks at nuclear powe...
23 Jul 2014 at 1:40pm

Utilities given more time to asses flood risks at nuclear power plants
PennEnergy (press release)
The utilities are re-evaluating unlikely flood risks at Cooper and Fort Calhoun nuclear power plants as part of the industry's response to the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan. Both nuclear power plants in Nebraska sit on the banks of the ...

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World-Herald editorial: OPPD spending is public record - Omaha...
28 Jun 2014 at 6:02am

World-Herald editorial: OPPD spending is public record
Omaha World-Herald
OPPD's own counsel described the payments to the Fort Calhoun five as compensation for future cooperation with insurance and regulatory demands. An attorney for one of OPPD's unions suing for access to the records is right to argue that the district ...



Feds appoint new senior resident inspector to Pilgrim Nuclear ...
25 Jun 2014 at 4:33pm

Cape Cod Today

Feds appoint new senior resident inspector to Pilgrim Nuclear Plant
Cape Cod Today
Commercial nuclear power plants in the United States have a minimum of two NRC resident inspectors. Carfang will be ... Carfang will replace Senior Resident Inspector Max Schneider who has been assigned to the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant in Nebraska.



Is Nigeria Really Primed for Nuclear Energy Generation? - THIS...
8 Jul 2014 at 12:40am

THISDAY Live

Is Nigeria Really Primed for Nuclear Energy Generation?
THISDAY Live
Nigeria's desire to add nuclear power generation to her energy mix looks more superficial than real. Chineme Okafor writes that all indications, the country appears not primed to add such energy source to her existing mix, given her deficiency in a ...



Breaking Brad: What do Sir Paul and Justin Bieber have in comm...
15 Jul 2014 at 6:42pm

Breaking Brad: What do Sir Paul and Justin Bieber have in common? Nothing.
Omaha World-Herald
There's a 200-page scathing report on the Fort Calhoun nuclear plant. When it comes to nuclear plants, that's 199.75 more pages than you'd like. * A Disney World monorail had to be evacuated after a power failure. It looked pretty dumb when the ...



OPPD: Severance payouts worth $600000 or $700000 are not publi...
26 Jun 2014 at 8:00am

OPPD: Severance payouts worth $600000 or $700000 are not public record
Omaha World-Herald
The Omaha Public Power District wants to keep under wraps the details of a combined six-figures' worth of severance payouts to seven former employees. In a hearing Wednesday before ...... Five of the seven employees worked at the Fort Calhoun Nuclear ...



Moody's Corporation: Moody's assigns Aa3 to Omaha Public Power...
8 Jul 2014 at 11:55pm

Moody's Corporation: Moody's assigns Aa3 to Omaha Public Power District's (NE ...
The Wall Street Transcript
The rating also factors the employment of Exelon Generation Company LLC (rated Baa2/stable), a highly experienced nuclear operator of the largest nuclear fleet in the US, to mitigate some of the risks associated with full ownership of a single nuclear ...

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The Public Pulse, June 28 - Omaha World-Herald
28 Jun 2014 at 6:02am

The Public Pulse, June 28
Omaha World-Herald
What roles had these exiting managers played in oversight of the nuclear plant, which had to be closed for three years, costing ratepayers millions of dollars? >> Were the severance payouts used as ?hush money? to prevent the managers from revealing ...



This Weird, Massive Tower May Be the Future of Energy in the U...
26 Jun 2014 at 12:34am

Mic

This Weird, Massive Tower May Be the Future of Energy in the U.S.
Mic
For comparison, the largest nuclear plant in the country, at Palo Verde, Ariz., generates some 3,937 megawatt-hours, while the smallest, at Fort Calhoun, Neb., produces about 502 megawatt-hours. So while the tower will be a gigantic structure, it will ...

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OPPD wants severance deals kept private - Lincoln Journal Star
26 Jun 2014 at 5:19pm

OPPD wants severance deals kept private
Lincoln Journal Star
OPPD's division manager for human resources, Martha Sedky, testified that five of the seven worked at Fort Calhoun Station but lost their jobs when the district hired Exelon Corp. to manage the nuclear plant. The five agreed to help the district ...

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24 Jul 2014 at 4:22am