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Utility Working Conference and Vendor Technology Expo (UWC 2022)
August 7–10, 2022
Marco Island, FL|JW Marriott Marco Island
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CNSC renews Point Lepreau license for 10 years
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission has renewed the operating license of the reactor at the Point Lepreau nuclear plant for a period of 10 years. As a result, the facility’s 660-MWe CANDU-6 unit, the five-year license for which was set to expire on June 30, is now permitted to operate until the end of June 2032. License holder NB Power had requested an unprecedented 25-year extension.
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Noel R. Corngold
John W. Landis
University of Wisconsin-Madison (Best Section)Texas A&M University (Honorable Mention)
Clyde R. Ward
Jeremy T. Busby
Small Local SectionsOak Ridge/Knoxville (Best Membership)Virginia (Best Meetings and Programs)Virginia (Best Public Information and Education)Oak Ridge/Knoxville (Best Section Management)Large Local SectionsIdaho (Best Overall)
Donald R. Orlander
Experimental Fast Reactor JOYO Approved AugustOak Ridge Electron Linear Accelerator (ORELA) Approved AugustReactor F-1 Approved August
Nancy M. Larson
Robert D. BuschJeffrey ClayKevin CookNils J. DiazJonathan EpsteinThomas J. HironsPeter B. LyonsCitizens for Nuclear Technology Awareness (CNTA) & James M. (Mal) McKibben, Executive DirectorEdward L. (Ted) QuinnKristine L. SvinickiLoyd A. Wright
Gunter H.R. Kegel
William T. Sha
C. Paul Robinson
Chien Chang (Johnny) Lin
Robert J. Budnitz
GraduateUniversity Of California - BerkeleyM. Fratoni, Lance Kim, Sara Mattafirri, Robert PetroskiUniversity of Texas at AustinScott Whitney, Derek Haas, Kevin Jackman, Emilio Alvarez, Stephen WilsonUndergraduateUniversity of California - BerkeleyMartin Robel, Lydia Im, H. Kim, Paul Monasterio, Robert Petroski, Adam Tan, Beth Ellen RosenbergPenn State UniversityA. S. Bielen, M. J. Meholic, D.J. Skilone
Joseph A. Murphy
Beaver Valley Power StationFirstEnergyLimerick Generating StationExelon
Scotty Hinnant Progress Energy
William Cavanaugh, III