NAC News

April 1, 2010
Norcross, Ga. — NAC International (NAC) today announced that Juan C. Subiry has been promoted to vice president, marketing and business development, replacing Charles W. Pennington, who has held the position for the last eight years. Subiry has been at NAC since 1998 and has served the last four years as director of technical sales and marketing. His prior NAC experience includes senior roles in both the consulting business unit and in marketing and business development. Earlier, Subiry worked at a large nuclear utility, serving in several reactor engineering and fuel supply positions of increasing responsibility.

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March 10, 2010
NORCROSS, Ga. — NAC International (NAC) today announced it was awarded a contract for its advanced generation of dry, spent nuclear fuel storage technology, the MAGNASTOR® System. The order includes at least 24 MAGNASTOR systems for use by a utility that has committed to dry cask storage of spent fuel and has a number of earlier system designs already deployed at its nuclear plants.

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April 1, 2008
Norcross, Georgia—Dairyland Power Cooperative (DPC) has awarded NAC International a contract for the design, licensing, and supply of dry spent fuel storage systems. These dry spent fuel storage systems will be used to store the spent fuel at DPC’s shutdown La Crosse Boiling Water Reactor facility in Genoa, Wisconsin.

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January 30, 2007
Norcross, Georgia —NAC announced today that it will withdraw and resubmit its application before the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) for spent nuclear fuel dry storage certification of its Modular, Advanced Generation, Nuclear All-purpose Storage (MAGNASTOR®) System. NAC will resubmit the application soon with additional material in a few areas that were identified by the NRC as lacking sufficient detail to complete its review. Resubmitting the MAGNASTOR application is a procedural step required by NRC rules in order for the NRC staff to resume review of the technology.

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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.

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August 11, 2006
Norcross, Georgia—NAC International (NAC) today announced that Peter Walier, president, will be departing the company on August 18, 2006, to assume a senior leadership position outside of the nuclear industry. Walier became NAC’s president in December 2002 and led the company’s significant turnaround, which has produced three consecutive years of strong financial performance.

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October 6, 2005
Norcross, Georgia—NAC International (NAC®) announced today that the Republic of China’s Institute for Nuclear Energy Research (INER) has selected NAC’s Universal MPC System (UMS) technology for the first deployment of dry spent fuel storage at nuclear power plants in Taiwan.

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September 30, 2005
Norcross, Georgia—The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded NAC International a three-year, $25 million contract extension to manage the Nuclear Materials Management and Safeguards System (NMMSS). The extension is effective October 1, 2005, and runs through September 30, 2008.

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June 7, 2005
Norcross, Georgia—NAC International multipurpose canister systems were used exclusively by Connecticut Yankee Atomic Power Company in its recently completed spent fuel loading at the utility’s Haddam Neck Plant. The 43 NAC-MPCTM systems were designed, licensed and supplied by NAC and are now in dry storage at the plant’s Independent Spent Fuel Storage Installation.

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April 25, 2005
Norcross, Georgia—NAC Worldwide Consulting announced today the release of the latest edition of Fuel-Trac® Status Reports, its semi-annual global analysis of the nuclear power industry. The six-volume study also includes detailed supply/demand models for key elements of the nuclear fuel cycle, including uranium, conversion services, enrichment, light water reactor fuel fabrication, and projections for spent fuel discharges and reprocessing. Fuel-Trac Status Reports provide a complete view of the global nuclear fuel cycle, developed by a body of experts that have hundreds of person-years of experience in all phases of the industry.

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