January 10, 2007
Norcross, Georgia—NAC International today announced that Craig K. Seaman has joined NAC as Senior Vice President of Spent Fuel Technology Projects, assuming the post formerly held by NAC President Kent Cole. In this role, Seaman will be responsible for projects and engineering related to NAC’s transportable spent fuel storage technology. Seaman comes to NAC from Arizona Public Service’s Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station, where he served since October 2005 as the General Manager of Regulatory Affairs and Performance Improvement.

Seaman has held numerous management positions during his professional career. During his 13 years at Palo Verde, he also served as Director of Nuclear Fuel Management, Director of Nuclear Affairs and Nuclear Assurance, and Director of Emergency Services. Prior to joining Palo Verde, he held the positions of Assistant Plant General Manager and General Manager, Nuclear Engineering, at the Trojan Nuclear Power Plant. Earlier, he also held engineering and operations positions at Fermi Unit 2 and Shoreham. Seaman served for a short management transition period as Senior Vice President for Engineering and Projects at NAC under earlier ownership by Pinnacle West Capital Corporation.

“Craig is a leader with tremendous nuclear power plant experience, particularly in the licensing and regulatory areas, and is a recognized and respected nuclear industry senior manager. His direct experience with nuclear fuel, nuclear systems design and engineering, and spent fuel storage systems at reactors makes for a perfect fit here at NAC,” said Kent Cole, NAC president. “Craig joins the NAC management team as another excellent performer with strong utility experience as we implement our spent fuel storage technology growth and expansion plans.”

Since 1968, NAC has been a leader in providing solutions and services to the nuclear industry throughout the world, working with both government and commercial organizations. NAC specializes in nuclear fuel transport, spent fuel management technology, and fuel cycle consulting. NAC maintains its Corporate Headquarters in Norcross, Ga., and has offices in Moscow; London; Tokyo; and Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y. NAC is a subsidiary of USEC Inc. (NYSE: USU), a leading supplier of enriched uranium fuel for commercial nuclear power plants.