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Latest delay to Vogtle project may not be the last
Georgia Power has revised the projected commercial operation dates for Vogtle-3 and -4 a total of four times this year—most recently in October—but some experts are saying that at least one more delay is probable.
Item ID: 700420|ISBN: 978-0-89448-748-4
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The Advances in Nuclear Nonproliferation Technology and Policy Conference 2018 (ANTPC) contained over 50 summaries. Topics of interest included: weapons-usable material minimization, nondestructive assay methods: active interrogation techniques, challenges to computational radiation transport methods in nuclear security applications, technologies for arms control and international safeguards verification, contemporary practice of nonproliferation policy, spent nuclear fuel verification and storage, enhancements to nuclear data, advances in radiation transport methods for nonproliferation, and sensitivity and uncertainty analysis.