WASHINGTON - In the nearly 30 years that members of Congress have been duking it out over a Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository, lawmakers have respectfully reserved their political punches.
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In the wake of the Department of Energy's (DOE's) submittal in June 2008 of an 8,600-page application for the licensing of the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository, the House Energy and Commerce Committee's Energy and Air Quality Subcommittee held a July 15 hearing to assess the program's future.
These critics opposed the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository on grounds that transporting nuclear waste to Nevada from around the country would be inherently dangerous.
We understand that DOE may now be running or is about to run its Total System Performance Assessment (TSPA) simulation program, the results of which will form the basis for DOE's license application for its proposed Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository, which DOE plans to file with NRC by June 2008," Loux wrote.
WASHINGTON After all the years spent fighting the proposed Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository, a phone call on a Wednesday in July between the Senate majority leader and the new energy secretary turned the tide.
Department of Energy and suggests the proposed Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository would actually cost billions more than storing the waste at existing nuclear reactor sites.
Ó ReidÕs influence can be measured in many ways, from his role in shaping national policy such as the health care legislation, securing NevadaÕs spot as an early caucus site in the Democratic presidential primary process and blocking construction of the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository.
Department of Energy, claiming the agency is hiding a key document pertaining to the safety of the proposed Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository.