|Davis-Besse nuclear plant clears hurdle needed for license|
|Written by Associated Press|
|Sunday, 08 September 2013 06:33|
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Federal regulators say there are no safety issues that should stand in the way of renewing the operating license for the Davis-Besse nuclear plant in northern Ohio.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission on Friday said it issued its final safety evaluation report as part of the license renewal process for Davis-Besse.
FirstEnergy Nuclear Operating Co. is seeking a 20-year license extension for the nuclear plant that sits along Lake Erie east of Toledo.
A final decision on the request isn't expected to come until next September.
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