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relicensing

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A component of the General Medical Council (GMC)’s process of revalidation of a doctor practising medicine in the UK, which requires that doctors practise in accordance with the GMC’s generic standards.
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All available evidence demands a delay in the relicensing of the Oroville Dam, said Garamendi.
As that differential shrank, the $180 million price tag for relicensing cast Carmen Smith's financial viability in doubt.
Despite this, the NRC has refused my repeated requests to address the impacts of spent fuel leaks and fires in Indian Point's relicensing proceeding on the environment and public health.
Attorney General Martha Coakley asked federal regulators in May to suspend the relicensing process until the implications of the Fukushima Dai-ichi disaster in Japan could be fully assessed.
Griffith said that NextEra was applying for relicensing early because "it gives us better opportunity for planning for maintenances activities and expending funds.
As part of the settlement agreement during relicensing, the PUD agreed to take steps to make the riverfront acreage available to Entiat for development that could enhance tourism, recreation and overall economic activity.
Although relicensing is crucial for Semta and Cogent, the prospect of cutbacks in public expenditure create uncertainty.
Duke argues the relicensing agreement "reflects an equitable apportionment" of the Catawba because it sets lake levels and stream flows.
Riverkeeper has assembled an impressive team, comprised of experienced and innovative attorneys and experts, to intervene in the relicensing proceeding.
During relicensing, there are requirements to lessen the negative impact the dam is having on the environment.
As an article in the Fall issue of National Parks noted, the Tapoco land swap in East Tennessee opened the way for federal relicensing of four power dams, providing low-cost power to Alcoa Aluminum, while protecting more than 10,000 acres of scenic land adjoining Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
But now the Bush Administration wants to license new nuclear power plants, and many of the 103 nuclear power plants soon up for relicensing may get a previously unexpected extended lease on life.