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Entergy to slash 75 jobs at Indian Point

a companywide cost-cutting will eliminate about 800 jobs from Entergy's 15,000-employee workforce

Ex-Indian Point manager charged with falsifying records

Daniel Wilson, chemistry manager from 2007-2012, accused of fabricating test results to prevent shutdown of plant by Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

NRC: Indian Point should be relicensed

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s updated environmental impact study of Indian Point showed that the nuclear power plant in Buchanan has a less significant effect on the Hudson River’s aquatic life than previously believed.

Paulin named energy chair

Westchester Assemblywoman Amy Paulin has been named chair of the Assembly’s energy committee.

Indian Point 3 shut down

Indian Point's unit 3 nuclear power plant shut down automatically Monday, Oct. 29 at 10:41 p.m. due to an electrical grid disturbance.

Indian Point hearings set

The public will have a chance to hear what Entergy has to say about whether Cortlandt’s Indian Point should be re-licensed.

Report: IPEC closure would increase costs by $1.5b to $2.2b annually

The closure of Indian Point would cause average annual electric expenditures in New York State to rise between $1.5 billion and $2.2 billion, according to a new report published by the Manhattan Institute, a New York City think tank.

Report: Indian Point closure could mean 3,300 jobs lost

(Updated) A new report on the future of Indian Point warns the plant’s closure could result in more than 3,300 jobs lost and more than $11.5 billion in lost economic output.

NRC gives Indian Point “green” rating for 2011

The NRC’s annual review of the plant represented the culmination of 11,000 hours of inspections.

Indian Point relicensing bid dealt setbacks

Separate reports from the state Assembly and the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission represent potential setbacks for Indian Point operator Entergy Nuclear.

Incenting education

Convenience, cost-savings considered when recruiting adult students.

Faults, fault lines and fallout

We are wary of the opportunistic factions and those prone to political posturing. Power grabs can sometimes be disguised as heroic efforts.

State stands firm on Indian Point

New York’s attorney general reaffirmed the state administration’s opposition to keeping open the Indian Point nuclear power plant.