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Impacts of Consolidated Nuclear Waste on Communities

WHEN: Friday, September 5, 2014 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. ET

WHERE: Georgia Tech Hotel & Conference Center (Conference Room A), 800 Spring Street NW, Atlanta, GA, 30308

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BPC’s Energy Project hosted a discussion on consolidated storage of nuclear waste.

Experts, business leaders, academics and policymakers discussed the lack of progress in addressing nuclear waste by state regulatory agencies, as well as the potential impacts of consolidated storage (be they positive or negative) on communities and states.

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Moderated by:

Kristi Swartz
Southeast Correspondent, EnergyWire
@BizWriterKristi

Panel 1: A Lack of Progress in Addressing Nuclear Waste: Views from State Regulatory Agencies

Tim Echols
Commissioner, Georgia Public Service Commission
@TimEchols

David Wright
Former Commissioner, South Carolina Public Service Commission

Katrina McMurrian
Former Commissioner, Florida Public Service Commission
@NWSCoalition

Shelly Wilson
Federal Facilities Liaison, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
@scdhec

Panel 2: The Potential Impacts of Consolidated Storage on Communities and States

Rick McLeod
Executive Director, Savannah River Site Community Reuse Organization
@atomicasset

Patrick Sullivan
President, Mississippi Energy Institute
@MSEnergyInst

Mindy Goldstein
Director of the Turner Environmental Law Clinic, Emory University School of Law
@EmoryLaw

Sara Barczak
High Risk Energy Director, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

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