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DOE hopes to select early clean power projects this fiscal year
PHOENIX — The Department of Energy has issued requests for qualifications at four of the initial five nuclear properties in the agency’s Cleanup to Clean Energy program, officials here said Tuesday at the Waste Management Symposia conference. As of this week, requests for qualifications (RFQ) have gone out at the Hanford Site in Washington state, Idaho National Laboratory, Nevada National Security Site and Savannah River Site in South Carolina, said Rob Seifert, a DOE Office of Environmental Management supervisor.The sites are looking for qualified companies to develop at least 200 megawatts of carbon free power at underutilized land. The fifth site identified by DOE in this first clean energy round,…
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No. 2 cleanup boss Avery understands frustration with procurement pace
PHOENIX — Jeff Avery, No. 2 boss at the Department of Energy’s Office of Environmental Management, said Tuesday he understands industry frustration over the slow pace of big industry procurements. “Here’s what I can tell you about some of the…
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DOE request would trim 2025 cleanup budget, increase Hanford spend
The Joe Biden administration this week requested more than $8.2 billion for the Department of Energy’s Office of Environmental Management in fiscal 2025, or $253 million less than the $8.5-billion spending package finally approved by Congress and signed by the…
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Start of conceptual design work nearing for federal interim storage facility, official says
PHOENIX — The Department of Energy’s Office of Nuclear Energy could be about a month away from beginning conceptual work on a federally owned interim storage facility, the head of the office said here. The federal interim storage facility could…
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NNSA seeks $1B boost for fiscal year 2025; Savannah River pit estimate soars
The White House this week requested about $25 billion for the National Nuclear Security Administration, more than $860 million, or 3.6%, above the 2024 appropriation signed into law late last week. The agency also said in the budget request that…
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