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The state awarded $15 million to the town of Cortlandt and village of Buchanan, the host communities of the Indian Point Energy Center, along with funding for nearby environmental and economic development projects.
Entergy Corp. on Friday completed the sale of the subsidiaries that own the Indian Point Energy Center to a Holtec International subsidiary. That clears...
The New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) has approved the sale of Indian Point from Entergy to Holtec International subsidiaries, giving its nod of approval...
According to Entergy, Indian Point generated approximately 25% of the power consumed annually in New York City and the lower Hudson Valley.
New York state has filed a lawsuit challenging the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's denial of a public hearing on decommissioning concerns of the Indian Point...
The license transfer will not be finalized until after Unit 3’s permanent shutdown.
Entering 2020, Riverkeeper remains dedicated to protecting the Hudson River and the health and safety of the surrounding communities. We are building on our decades...
Indian Point’s closing creates many challenges. It’s up to us to ensure that we prepare as wisely and quickly as possible for the Hudson Valley’s future without it.
Entergy spokesman Jerry Nappi said, “We are not disclosing the purchase price, as it is business-sensitive info at this time.”
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Committee gave permission for both reactors on the Buchanan site to run through the plant's expected 2021 shutdown – and longer if necessary.
The recommendation was one of several in a 280-page annual report from the state’s Indian Point Closure Task Force.
The tax stabilization proposal from Sen. Terrence Murphy, R-Yorktown would provide $27 million to offset Indian Point revenue losses in Westchester County, the town of Cortlandt, the village of Buchanan and the Hendrick Hudson School District.
In Rockland County, TDI spokeswoman Jennifer Laird-White, a former mayor of Nyack, said the company decided to reroute to meet community concerns.