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Entergy License Renewal for Pilgrim Station and Vermont Yankee. Pilgrim Station. Location: Plymouth Massachusetts Construction Permit: 1967 Commercial Operation: December 1972 Operating License Expires: June 2012 (40 Years) Plant Sold to Entergy: July 1999 Capacity: ~690 MWe(net).

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EntergyLicense Renewal forPilgrim Stationand Vermont Yankee


Pilgrim Station

  • Location: Plymouth Massachusetts

  • Construction Permit: 1967

  • Commercial Operation: December 1972

  • Operating License Expires: June 2012 (40 Years)

  • Plant Sold to Entergy: July 1999

  • Capacity: ~690 MWe(net)


Vermont Yankee

  • Location:Vermont

  • Construction Permit: 1967

  • Commercial Operation: December 1972

  • Operating License Expires: June 2012 (40 Years)

  • Plant Sold to Entergy: July 2003

  • Capacity: ~640 MWe(net), with uprate


Pilgrim Station

  • Workforce:

    • ~580 permanent employees

    • ~130 support employees

    • ~700 - 900 temporary employees to support refueling outages approximately every 2-years

  • Station Contribution to Region:

    • ~640 MWe to New England grid

    • Displacing ~ 9 M barrels of imported oil annually

    • Avoidance of ~1.6M to 5.7M tons of greenhouse gases

    • Avoidance of 153 to 472 tons of NOx emissions*

    • Avoidance of 48 to 1238 tons of SOx emissions*

      * (assumes state of the art control equipment)


Vermont Yankee

  • Workforce:

    • ~500 permanent employees

    • ~150 support employees

    • ~700 - 900 temporary employees to support refueling outages approximately every 2-years

  • Station Contribution to Region:

    • ~640 MWe to New England grid

    • Displacing ~ 9 M barrels of imported oil annually

    • Avoidance of ~1.5M to 5.3M tons of greenhouse gases

    • Avoidance of 142 to 439 tons of NOx emissions*

    • Avoidance of 44 to 1150 tons of SOx emissions*

    • * (assumes state of the art control equipment)


  • Components within the scope of license renewal (10CFR54.4)

  • Safety-related

  • Non-safety related that could prevent a safety function

  • Required for regulated events - SBO, EQ, Fire, PTS, ATWS

Passive

or

Active?

Passive

No

Active

Periodically replaced?

Aging

Management Review

Managed by existing activities?

No

Yes

Modify existing

or add new

programs

Yes

Structures and Components not subject to Aging Management Review (AMR)

Demonstration that the effects of aging are adequately managed

Simplified IPA Process


Rules and Guidance

4. NRC Reports

NUREG-1800

SRP

NUREG-1801

GALL

NUREG-1437

Environmental

2. NRC Guidance

RG 1.188

RG 4.2

1. NRC Rules

10 CFR 54

10 CFR 51

5. Industry Guidance

TR-114881 - structural

EPRI 1003056 - mechanical

EPRI 1003057 - electrical

Owners Groups

3. NEI Guidance

NEI 95-10

NEI 98-06 (draft)


Phase 4 - NRC Review Process


Planned Schedule

Pilgrim and Vermont Yankee

MilestoneDate

Pre-Application NRC Meeting (NRR)11/2005

Submit License Renewal Application 1/25/2005

Post Application NRC Meeting (NRR)3/2006

Environmental Team Pre-Visit (Site)2/2006

Information Session Public Meeting (NRR)3/2006 Submit Information to DIPM 4/2006

Consistent with GALL & PSAP Audit (Site)4/2006

Scoping/Screening Methodology Audit (Site)5/2006

Environmental Site Audit/First Public Meeting6/2006

Consistent With PASP Audit (Site)6/2006

Regional Scoping & Screening Inspection (Site)7/2006

Third Consistency Audit (if necessary)7/2006

Audit Team Exit (Site)8/2006

Second Environmental Public Meeting2/2007

First Regional Aging Mgmt Inspection (Site)3/2007

Second Regional Aging Mgmt Inspection (Site) 4/2007 Third Regional Aging Mgmt Inspection (Site) 5/2007

Final EIS Issued7/2007 Final SER Issued8/2007

ACRS Meeting on Final SER9/2007

NRC Decision – License Issued12/2007

NRC Review Schedule


NEW NUKES

  • National Energy Policy Act of 2005

  • Environmental Awareness

  • $60/BBL Oil

  • $15/MBTU Natural Gas

  • Overseas Stability

  • Overseas Economic Trends

  • Aging American Infrastructure


Nuclear Issues

  • Regulatory Uncertainty

  • Financial Uncertainty

  • Political Uncertainty

  • Economic Competitiveness

  • Nuclear Waste Issues


National Building Initiative

  • $100 B U.S. construction program

  • Includes 10 new generation Nukes

  • New waste initiatives

  • Two of ten Entergy proposed plants


Announced Plants

  • DominionESBWRNorth Anna

  • TVA (NuStart)AP1000Bellefont

  • Entergy (NuStart)ESBWRGrand Guld

  • EntergyESBWRRiver Bend

  • Southern Co.AP1000Vogtle

  • ProgressAP1000Florida/Harris

  • SCE&GTBDTBD

  • DukeAP1000TBD

  • ExcelonTBDClinton

  • UniStarTBDCalvert Cliffs/Oswego, NY


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