Vice Admiral Frederick J. (Fritz) Roegge and a Group of Senior Accounting and Finance Experts Join Holtec’s Senior Management Team

Admiral Roegge, Mr. O’Rourke, Mr. Gillett and Mr. Ciabattone are all based at the Krishna P. Singh Technology Campus in Camden, New Jersey. These seasoned professionals are poised to be transformative leaders and impactful contributors to Holtec International and its worldwide subsidiaries.

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Holtec’s U.S. Manufacturing Facilities Prepare for Increased Production of HI-STAR Casks for Spent Fuel Storage and Transportation in Europe

Holtec’s U.S. manufacturing facilities in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Ohio are gearing up for increased production rates of Holtec’s fleet of HI-STAR Casks upon receipt of recent regulatory approvals and new orders in Europe.

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Oyster Creek Sets a New World Record by Completing the Speediest Transfer of Plant’s Spent Nuclear Fuel to Dry Storage

On May 21, 2021, the last multi-purpose canister bearing Oyster Creek’s irradiated fuel was placed in dry storage emptying its Reactor Building of all fissile material and setting it on track for becoming the most expedited decommissioning program in the nation’s history.

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Multi-Purpose Canister Technology Debuts in South America

We are pleased to hail the arrival of the multi-purpose canister (MPCs) technology, originally espoused by the USDOE in the early 1990s as the most robust fuel packaging solution and embraced universally by the US nuclear plants, on the South American continent

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Ukraine’s Regulator Authorizes Operations to Commence Unrestricted Loading of Chornobyl Reactors’ Used Fuel using Holtec-Supplied Technology on the 35th Anniversary of the Tragic Accident

After an extensive battery of pre- commissioning and commissioning tests, Ukraine’s State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate has authorized the Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant to load used fuel from the Chornobyl three reactors with immediate effect.

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New York’s Local, County & State Government and NGOs Unanimous in Approving Agreement that Supports Holtec’s Decommissioning of the Indian Point Energy Center

We are pleased to announce that a major step toward the timely decommissioning of the three-reactor Indian Point site occurred yesterday with the unanimous signing of a Joint Petition (“Agreement”) by all stakeholders that will support the NY Public Service Commission’s deliberations and decision in May.

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Top Guide is Prepared for Segmentation as Part of the Reactor Vessel Internals Work at the Pilgrim Decommissioning Site

Holtec’s Disruptive Innovations Poised to Underpin Enhanced Human Health & Safety and Environmental Protection in the Nuclear Decommissioning Industry

We are pleased to share some of the recent innovations employed at our plants undergoing prompt decommissioning – Oyster Creek and Pilgrim – that have a large beneficial consequence to enhancing public health and safety as well as protection of the environment. 

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Holtec’s 1,500th Dry Storage System Safely Loaded at Ameren Missouri’s Callaway Energy Center’s Below-Ground Storage Facility

Holtec International is pleased to announce the successful loading last week of its 1,500th spent fuel dry storage system. Number 1,500 was loaded as part of the ongoing campaign at Ameren Missouri’s Callaway Energy Center.…

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