Nuclear Regulatory Commission Staff Development of the License Application Review Plan for a High-Level Radioactive Waste Repository
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff has recently started a new initiative to develop the License Application Review Plan (LARP) which the staff will use in its reviews of the U.S....

Geologic Repository Licensing Strategy

Licensing and Permitting the Devil's Nose Project Under the 1990's Regulatory Conditions
Amador County is one of California's mountain counties of the western slope of the Sierra Nevada range in the north central portion of the state. The present population is estimated to...

Developing a Workable Public Input Process for Aesthetics and Recreational Needs During Hydropower Licensing
Aesthetics and recreation are becoming increasingly important issues during hydropower licensing. A variety of regulations and legislation mandate the protection of instream flows for...

Technology Transfer Considerations Associated with Maglev Programs
Magnetic levitation (maglev) high-speed ground transportation technology, near operational status in Germany and well along in development in Japan, is now a candidate for transfer to...

Hydro- Rest-of-System Integration Modeling Analyzing Relicensing and Redevelopment Options

Hydroelectric Licensing: Toward a New Federalism

Case Study - 401 Permit and Discharge Aeration

NEPA and License Renewal: A Case Study of the EIS Process for Projects in Relicensing

Considerations in Upstream Fish Passage

FISHN Minimum Flow Selection Made Easy

Review of Fish Entrainment and Mortality Studies

Erosion and Sediment Control Plans For Hydropower Projects

Bank Erosion Resulting From Hydroelectric Operations

Relicensing The Ozark Beach Hydroelectric Project

Learning from Relicensing: Lessons for the Hydro Industry

Study Requests for the Class of '93 Hydropower Projects

The Demise of Equal Consideration; Otherwise Known as ESA Section 7 Consultation

Overcoming Permitting and Licensing Inconsistencies While Developing and Operating Projects in Different Western States

The Curse of Sisyphus: Using License Reopeners to Impose Additional Environmental Conditions on FERC Licensed Projects





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