Sept. 11 — A proposal to send used nuclear fuel to West Texas didn’t end last year, but it did stall during a trip to corporate purgatory. Now a joint venture called Interim Storage Partners LLC has the plan moving forward again. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission recently restarted its review of a consolidated interim storage application for a site in Andrews County, Texas. And the NRC staff’s safety, security and environmental reviews could be finished in summer 2020.
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