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2022 ANS Winter Meeting and Technology Expo
November 13–17, 2022
Phoenix, AZ|Arizona Grand Resort
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Vistra moves to extend operation at Comanche Peak
Vistra Corporation announced yesterday that it is seeking 20-year life extensions for its Comanche Peak reactors and has submitted an application for license renewals to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Operated by Vistra subsidiary Luminant and located in Glen Rose, Texas, Comanche Peak is home to two Westinghouse-supplied pressurized water reactors. The 1,218-MWe Unit 1 began commercial operation in August 1990, with the 1,207-MWe Unit 2 joining in August 1993. The original 40-year licenses for Units 1 and 2 expire in February 2030 and February 2033, respectively.
April 28–May 3, 2019
Charleston, SC|Charleston Marriott
Kevin R. O'Kula (Consulting Engineer IV, AECOM Technical Services)
Mohammad Modarres (Professor, University of Maryland)
Assistant Program Chair:
Bonnie J. Shapiro (Nuclear Criticality Safety Engineering Manager, Savannah River National Laboratory)