EPRI Nuclear Power Council Advisory Meeting Agendas Table of Contents. Balance of Plant Corrosion (08-29-). e Nuclear Regulatory Commission, protecting people and e environment. NDE in Nuclear will build upon e success of e annual EPRI NDE Technology Week by providing an international conference for NDE professionals from all nuclear utilities, service vendors, inspection equipment manufacturers, research laboratories, and o er stakeholders to discuss advancements in e research and application of NDE technologies for e commercial nuclear industry. Contact: David Steininger, [email protected] 4:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Nuclear Power Council Executive Committee Meeting, Dumbarton (3F) Contact: Christine King, [email protected] 8:00.m. – 4:00 p.m. Risk and Safety Management Action Plan Committee (APC) atur (BRL) Contact: Stuart Lewis, [email protected] 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Committee Meeting, February 4, in San Antonio, TX (during EPRI’s Nuclear Power Council Week). • MRP Utility Leadership Meeting, February 20-21, in Dallas, TX. • Japan MRP Workshop, OE and Research Integration Committee Meetings, ch 23-28, in Osaka, Japan. EPRI 3420 Hillview Avenue, Palo Alto, California 94304 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. 2001- All rights reserved. Follow us on: Facebook Twitter YouTube. EPRI S t Grid Demonstration Overview: 1388k: 3/3/: EPRI S t Grid Demonstration Update: 798k: 3/4/: AEP Community Energy Storage: 00k: 3/3/: Architecture Panel Session Introduction: 487k: 3/3/: IBM EPRI DER Integration Architecture: 57k: 3/4/: FirstEnergy Architecture Operational Functions: 513k: 3/4/: Con Edison Architecture. Time (minutes) Total Power (kW) Base. w/ PV. Issues • Modeling effects on existing distribution EPRI Renewable Energy Council (') - Meeting Material Subject: EPRI Renewable Energy Council (') - Meeting Material Created Date: 3/24/20 2:59:55 AM. In 2006, e Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) first published e EPRI Alpha Monitoring Guidelines for Operating Nuclear Stations (EPRI report 13509), to provide standardized guidance for monitoring alpha contamination. Minor revisions were made to . Location, Location, Location Where to Site a New Nuclear Plant. EPRI has updated a siting guide for new nuclear plants based on user and regulatory feedback from more an 20 siting studies conducted worldwide sinc e 2002. EPRI has issued a guidance document at describes selection and evaluation criteria for siting new nuclear power plants. is guide endorses Revision 4A to Nuclear Management and Resources Council (NU C) 93-01, Industry Guideline for Monitoring e Effectiveness of Maintenance at Nuclear Power Plants. On ober 26, e staff met wi e Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI), industry representatives, and o er stakeholders via teleconference to discuss. See next Council meeting ember 17 - 18, e RTF is a technical advisory committee to e Nor west Power and Conservation Council established in 1999 to develop standards to verify and evaluate energy efficiency savings. Visit e RTF website. Sign up for our Newsletter. e agenda for e uary 24-25, Fuel Cycle and Infrastructure Subcommittee meeting is shown below. e meeting provided members an overview of several research efforts funded by e DOE Office of Nuclear Energy’s Fuel Cycle and Supply Chain Office (NE-4), and related research at is . NEI’s conferences offer e opportunity for nuclear industry ision-makers, ought leaders, policymakers, government experts and o ers to network, discover e latest technologies and inspire industry in ation. Visit NEI’s conference webpages to find details on specific meetings. 8 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. EPRI WRTC Program–Who We Are. EPRI Plant Support: • Steve Swilley, EPRI Sr. Director. Flexible Power Operations—Guideline for Assessing Costs. is guide for evaluating e costs associated wi nuclear plant flexible operations (any mode of operation at is not baseload) draws on EPRI research and input from experts in flexible operations, plant systems, and components. EPRI and INL said e strategic plan is intended to establish a framework at will allow e DOE and e nuclear energy industry to jointly plan e nuclear energy R&D agenda and jointly execute ose elements of e plan at are appropriate for joint effort. e plan can be downloaded from INL's website. 08, 20 · Subject: Minutes from 21 to 23, 20 Cable Users Group Meeting Andrew Mantey Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) [email protected] 484-467-5864 • In e EPRI Nuclear Power Council (e highest level EPRI advisory committee), uary 2009, utility chief. e Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) announced e election of a new chair, first and second vice chairs, and seven members to e board of directors, as well as e appointment of two. 07, · Revisions to paragraphs IWA-2312, IWA-2315 and Article VII to address e eddy current training and qualification requirements, remove Steam Generator preservice requirements. WI E NUCLEAR ENERGY INSTITUTE (NEI) and E ELECTRIC POWER RESEARCH INSTITUTE (EPRI) TO DISCUSS CARBON 14 IN GASEOUS EFFLUENTS FROM POWER REACTORS On uary 20, a Category 2 public meeting was held between e U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), e Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI), e Electric Power Research. Meeting Minutes ember 15, 2006 2007, to e EPRI Nuclear Power Council for e remaining funding. He said at he expects e project to be initiated by ch 1, 2007. Gaertner said at e study will require 24 mon s. He stated at ere will be several. Public Meeting wi NEI to Discuss Abnormal Tritium Discharges from Nuclear Power Plants. Meeting Notice and Agenda. Meeting Handouts . NEI Presentation. 04/05/06: Meeting wi Petitioners Requesting Action Under CFR 2.206 Regarding Contamination of Groundwater Near Nuclear Facilities. Meeting Notice and Agenda. Meeting Handouts. Nuclear Plant Modernization Initiative, wi a vision to preserve nuclear power as a carbon-free, safe, reliable energy resource. Participants include EPRI, its member utilities, e U.S. Department of Energy’s Light Water Reactor Sustainability program, plant owners’ groups, e Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI). and also chairs e EPRI Advanced Nuclear Technology Action Plan Committee. He is a member of e EPRI Nuclear Power Council Executive Committee. He is also past chairman and past member of e Pressurized Water Reactors Owners Group Executive Management Group and Executive Committee. and past chairman of e Carolinas Nuclear Cluster. 26, · e Nuclear Regulatory Commission, protecting people and e environment. 4 Electric Power Research Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. Agenda Tuesday April 28 9:30 Opening Plenary –Welcome and EPRI Overview 11:00 Break. e Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) prepared is report. Principal Investigators J. Bistline R. James. is report describes research sponsored by EPRI. e au ors would like to acknowledge e guidance of Andrew Sowder and feedback from participants at meetings of e EPRI Advanced Reactor Technical Advisory Group. e meeting followed e agenda included as. Attachment 2 to ese minutes. John Gaertner began e meeting wi a m welcome and announced at he will be retiring from EPRI at e end of ch. Hea er Feldman of EPRI will assume e role of CASL Industry Council Chairman. He noted at e relationship between e Industry Council and CASL. Federal Official for e meeting. Appendix A contains a copy of e annotated agenda. A list of meeting participants and attendees follows: ACNW: Dr. Dade W. Moeller, Chairman Dr. tin J. Steindler Dr. Paul W. Pomeroy Invited Participants: R. Hulse, EG&G Idaho C. Hornibrook, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) W. House, Chem-Nuclear. Minutes for e Nuclear Energy Research Advisory Committee Meeting ch 30-31, 1999, riott Crystal City, Arlington, Virginia He outlined e agenda of e meeting. and Magwood said at e utilities and e Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) are doing a . EPRI Grid Analytics and Power Quality Conference and Exhibition : Information and Communication Technology (ICT) (P161) Info in 5 Minutes. Technology In ation Report: Detection and Geo - Sector Council Meetings La Cantera Resort San Antonio, TX P161 Meetings & Webcasts P183 Meetings & Webcasts. Apr 04, · PALO ALTO, Calif., April 04, (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) e Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) announced e election of a new chair and four members to e Board of Directors, as well as e. 20, 20 · DOE is supporting research into extended reactor life, as are nuclear plant operators rough e Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), an industry research and development organization. An industry-created international research program, e Materials Ageing Institute, based in France, is also stepping up investigations on e issue. e s ter energy network of e future, EPRI believes, will incorporate a diversified pool of resources located closer to e consumer, pumping out low- or zero-emissions power in backyards. Office of Nuclear Energy (NE) and e Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) have established arate but complementary research and development (R&D) programs (DOE-NE’s Light Water Reactor Sustainability [LWRS] Program and EPRI’s Long Term Operations [LTO] Program) to . 24, · To make e power system of e future a reality, EPRI, a non-profit electric research and development company, said power companies need to invest between $17 and $24 billion a . Executive Director Erik Mader from e EPRI Fuel Reliability Program. e meeting location and Figure 1 Organizational Industry Council Members ese meeting minutes do not capture e complete meeting details and are only intended to sum ize o For e Nuclear Power Plant Operators e key interests were in advancing e state of art. e DFOG Meeting was y 9-11, at e Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) in Charlotte, NC. e DFOG technical meeting occurred on Tuesday and ursday. On Wednesday, DFOG members participated in e Joint Owners Group (JOG) meeting consisting of members from industry Diesel Engine Owners Groups. 15, · Because of e radioactivity and extreme longevity of spent nuclear fuel, its management is a major policy challenge for virtually every country in e world at generates nuclear power. According to e National Academy of Sciences (National Research Council, 1990), e best way to dispose of nuclear waste is in a geologic repository. Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) 1200 West W.T. Harris Boulevard. Charlotte, NC. Building 3, Room 919 A&B. ober 8-9, . e Nuclear Science User Facilities (NSUF) Industry Advisory Meeting is hosted by e Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and organized by e Department of Energy Office of Nuclear. Dr. Aladar (Al) Csontos is a Technical Executive in e Fuel, Chemistry, Low-Level Waste and High-Level Waste group in e Nuclear Sector working on Accident Tolerant Fuels and various nuclear waste issues. Prior to joining EPRI in , he spent 16 years at e U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission in various capacities. Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). 1991. International Programs Related to e Transmutation of Transuranics. EPRI NP-7265. Palo Alto, Calif.: EPRI. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). 1991. Communication from Director, Nuclear Fuel Cycle Division, . 4, 1991, enclosing minutes of Advisory Group meeting ober, 21-24. Suggested Citation:List of Acronyms. National Research Council. 1992. Nuclear Power: Technical and Institutional Options for e Future. Washington, DC: e National Academies Press. doi: . , · City council members/commissioners. Governing board members (elected and appointed) Industry partners, strategic inkers subject matter experts Agenda. Welcome & Opening Keynote :30 – 11.m. ET / 9:30 – .m. CT / 8:30 – 9.m. MT / 7:30 – 8.m. PT. Joy Ditto, President & CEO, American Public Power Association, Arlington, Virginia. 17, · WASHINGTON, D.C., y 17, (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) Mike Hod, President and CEO of e Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), was selected by e United States Energy Association (USEA) as. 09, · Nuclear Power Engineering Committee N11-02 Meeting Minutes Laguna Cliff riott Hotel, Dana Point, CA & Chief Nuclear Officer of EPRI, and Akira Kawano, General Manager, Tokyo Electric Power Company, Tokyo, Japan. Technical Council was meeting in y as well and erefore, a report of eir activities could not be available. When.