New Reactors: Licensing Basis and Configuration Mgmt Challenges. June 22, 2010 David B. Matthews Director Division of New Reactor Licensing Office of New Reactors. Completion Times for the Current Fleet. Avg = 5.6 yrs. Avg = 11.1 yrs. 2. 10 CFR Part 52 Licensing Processes.
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June 22, 2010
David B. Matthews
Division of New Reactor Licensing
Office of New Reactors
Avg = 5.6 yrs
Avg = 11.1 yrs
Early Site Permit
CertificationPart 52 - Fitting the Pieces Together
Reference COL (RCOL)
Subsequent COL 1
Subsequent COL 2
Subsequent COL 3
*The process for a COL includes an opportunity for a contested hearing by the ASLB
and also a mandatory hearing that is uncontested before the Commission.
NRO/NRC “getting ready” for potential COL issuance
Issued a Generic COL
(SECY-00-0092, dated April 20, 2000)
Preparing update to the Generic COL
(SECY in 2010 w/generic license conditions)
ISG-11: Licensing Basis Freeze Point
- Proposed changes to FSAR or Tier 2 that exceed the threshold in the 50.59 or 50.59-like change process
FY 2011 and beyond.