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Price-Anderson Act Amendments Act of 1987

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.

Price-Anderson Act Amendments Act of 1987

report together with minority views (to accompany S. 748).

by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in [Washington, D.C.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nuclear power plants -- Accidents -- United States.,
  • Public trustees -- United States.,
  • Government liability -- United States.,
  • Radioactive waste disposal -- Law and legislation -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesReport / 100th Congress, 1st session, Senate -- 100-70
    The Physical Object
    Pagination91 p. ;
    Number of Pages91
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17087139M

    Nuclear Power and the Price-Anderson Act: An Overview of a Policy in Transition - Volume 2 Issue 2 - John W. JohnsonAuthor: John W. Johnson. Price-Anderson Amendments Act • Price –Anderson Amendments Act (PAAA) () – Provided Indemnification (Insurance) and Requires Compliance with Orders and Directives • PAAA Reauthorization () – Required Development and Enforcement of Nuclear Safety Rules • 10 CFR Part , “Procedural Rules for DOE Nuclear Activities”.

    Regulatory Compliance Resources Price Anderson Amendments Act (PAAA) SLAC is regulated by DOE for Occupational Radiation Protection under 10CFR SLAC PAAA main program ; SLAC PAAA Radiological ; Worker Safety & Health Program (WSHP) SLAC is regulated by DOE for non-radiological Worker Safety and Health under 10CFR Price Anderson Act limits the liability of the nuclear industry in the event of a nuclear accident in the US. It covers the incidents that occur through operation of nuclear power plants as well as transportation and storage of nuclear fuel and radioactive wastes.

    He also sponsored the Price-Anderson Amendments Act of , amending the Atomic Energy Act of to provide for unlimited liability in the event of an accident at a nuclear power plant, and the failed House Joint Resolution , establishing a balanced budget amendment the mater: Xavier University, Cleveland . b, nuclear energy - price-anderson act - liability - nuclear accidents digest: if the nuclear regulatory commission's indemnification authority under the price-anderson act, 42 u.s.c. sec. , were to expire, and the congress failed otherwise to amend the act, the commission would retain its authority to require licensees to obtain private insurance and to assess.


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Price-Anderson Act Amendments Act of 1987 by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Price-Anderson Nuclear Industries Indemnity Act (commonly called the Price-Anderson Act) is a United States federal law, first passed in and since renewed several times, which governs liability-related issues for all non-military nuclear facilities constructed in the United States before The main purpose of the Act is to partially compensate the nuclear industry against Enacted by: the 85th United States Congress.

Price-Anderson Amendments Act of - Amends the Atomic Energy Act of to provide that the amount of financial protection required of licensees of facilities having a rated capacity ofelectrical kilowatts or more shall be the maximum amount available at reasonable cost.

H.R. (th). A bill to amend the Price-Anderson provisions of the Atomic Energy Act of to provide for unlimited liability in the event of an accident at a nuclear power plant, and for other purposes.

Ina database of bills in the U.S. Congress. H.R. (th). A bill to amend the Price-Anderson provisions of the Atomic Energy Act of to extend and improve the procedures for liability and indemnification for nuclear incidents.

Ina database of bills in the U.S. Congress. Get this from a library. Price-Anderson Act amendments of report (to accompany S. [United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Environment and Public Works.]. Get this from a library. Price-Anderson Act Amendments Act of report together with minority views (to accompany S.

[United States. Congress. Senate. The Price-Anderson Act The Price-Anderson Act was enacted into law in and has been revised several times. It constitutes Section of the Atomic Energy Act The latest revision was enacted through the “Energy Policy Act of ,” and extended it through Decem The main purpose of the Price-Anderson Act is to ensureFile Size: KB.

What is the Price Anderson Amendment Act (PAAA). Inthe Atomic Energy Act was amended to include the Price Anderson Amendment Act (PAAA), which is a no-fault insurance (indemnification) system designed to indemnify DOE contractors and subcontractors under contracts that include a risk of public liability for nuclear safety (i.e.

quality assurance, radiation protection) or worker. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the operation of the Price-Anderson Act in the light of the last 10 years' experience and the changes that have occurred during that period both in the law and regulations and in the nuclear and insurance industries, and to provide an independent analysis of various proposals to extend or amend the Act prior to its expiration.

Actions on H.R - th Congress (): Price-Anderson Amendments Act of The Atomic Energy Act Amendments ofthree years before Price-Anderson, was intended to spur the development of America's private nuclear power industry by allowing private industry to use atomic power for peaceful purposes, such as generating electricity.

Prior to that act, the government had held a monopoly on the use of nuclear power. The Price-Anderson Amendments Act of ( Amendments) directed both the Department of Energy (DOE) and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to file reports with Congress containing their respective recommendations for continuation, repeal or modification of the Price-Anderson Act.

This report fulfills the statutory requirement in Atomic Energy Act § p. by focusing on those. 1The Price-Anderson Amendments Act of ( Amendments), Pub.

Stat.amended the Atomic Energy Act (AEA), 42 U.S.C. §§ et seq. ( & Supp. II ). 2AEA § and relevant definitions in § 11 comprise the Price-Anderson provisions of the Atomic Energy Act. These provisions are reproduced in Appendix B.

Appendix B also reproduces §. Sometimes these names say something about the substance of the law (as with the ' Winter Olympic Commemorative Coin Act').

Sometimes they are a way of recognizing or honoring the sponsor or creator of a particular law (as with the 'Taft-Hartley Act'). How is Price-Anderson Amendments Act abbreviated. PAAA stands for Price-Anderson Amendments Act. PAAA is defined as Price-Anderson Amendments Act somewhat frequently.

price-anderson amendments act (j ) (a) This Agreement is subject to the Price-Anderson Amendments Act, Section A of the Atomic Energy Act (AEA) ofas amended, and DOE's implementing regulations at 10 C.F.R.

PartProcedural Rules for DOE Nuclear Activities. Price-Anderson Act Amendments. In the event of a serious nuclear accident with substantial offsite damages, the Price-Anderson Amendments Act of required each licensee of a commercial reactor (one with a rated capacity ofelectrical kilowatts or more) to pay into a retrospective premium pool, as needed, $10 million annually per.

In response to the Notice of Inquiry that was published in the Federal Register on Decemthe State of Nevada offers the following general comments.

The Price-Anderson Act must be continued. Given the state of decline that currently characterizes the commercial nuclear power industry, one of the original purposes of the Price-Anderson Act (PA), encouragement of the growth of the.

Abstract. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the operation of the Price-Anderson Act in the light of the last 10 years' experience and the changes that have occurred during that period both in the law and regulations and in the nuclear and insurance industries, and to provide an independent analysis of various proposals to extend or amend the Act prior to its expiration.

PAAA - Price-Anderson Amendments Act. Looking for abbreviations of PAAA. It is Price-Anderson Amendments Act. Price-Anderson Amendments Act listed as PAAA Price-Anderson Amendments Act; Price-Anderson Nuclear Industries Indemnity Act; Price-Based Acquisition; Price-Based Option; Price-Based Options; Price-Based Resource Allocation; Price.

The Price Anderson Act Background Information, Position Statement 54 The Price-Anderson Act was enacted into law in and has been revised several times. It constitutes Section of the Atomic Energy Act.

The latest revision was enacted through the “Energy Policy Act of ,” and extended it through Decem File Size: KB.Price-Anderson Act, Congress amended the PAA inand extended its expiration date to August 1, Congress amended the PAA inand extended its expiration date to August 1, The amount of private insurance available to nuclear power plants had grown to $ million by The article's authors pointed out that the Price-Anderson Act of limits the legal liability of the nuclear industry at $ billion, meaning that in the event of a catastrophe, any costs upward of that (from a potential $2 trillion in damages) would be covered by U.S.