Normal day-to-day operations continue at Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant.
An important point to be underscored at Luminant and the Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant during the restructuring process is that normal day-to-day operations will continue. Of course, this includes Luminant’s commitment to safety as the top priority and meeting or exceeding what’s expected under government rules and regulations. In a blog item posted today, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission explained what its perspective and role will be during the Chapter 11 process at Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant.
Luminant CEO Mac McFarland says the company’s role is clear, “We have a long-standing, positive relationship with the NRC and will continue to work with them through the bankruptcy process. As always, safety and operational excellence will continue to be our focus and we’ll not lose sight of this.”
Read the NRC blog.
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