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NRC 2.0: Adapting regulation to a changing nuclear industry

A series of sweeping changes at the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission would alter the agency’s mission to adapt to an evolving US nuclear industry, which is in the grips of a struggle for its economic survival. Ten years ago, what some called a nuclear power “renaissance” was anticipated in the US, and the agency expected […] The post NRC 2.0: Adapting regulation to a changing nuclear industry appeared first on The Barrel Blog.
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