Via Enformable: Nuclear Regulatory Commission email, dated March 28, 2011 2:49 PM
Sheehan, Neil: A question from a reporter is how many and which U.S. plants are using MOX fuel. Does anyone have that information handy?
Burnell, Scott: ZERO
Sheehan: Let me rephrase: Have any plants been testing the use of MOX or signed up to use it in the future?
McIntyre, David: Catawba [in S. Carolina, near Columbia, NC] did for a cycle or two back in 2006, I think. TVA has expressed interest, and Columbia was recently revealed to be in discussions with DOE about it. But nobody has signed up or committed to using it.
Published: April 10th, 2012 at 9:00 am ET
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