In her State Environmental Regulation column, Charlotte A. Biblow of Farrell Fritz writes: In the New York metropolitan area in recent weeks, nuclear energy has not been in the news as much as other issues relating to power, or the lack thereof. During this period, however, three administrative law judges for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission have been in the middle of hearings on a topic that could affect the future of power generation in New York, and elsewhere, for years to come.
Considering Nuclear Power as Indian Point Faces License Renewal
New York Law Journal
November 23, 2012
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