Nuclear Fuel: Call for Congressional Clarity on DOE Depleted UF6 Sales

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A government watchdog report has recommended Congress act to clarify the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) authority to sell government inventories of depleted nuclear fuel to a private company. The DOE has long maintained it has such authority, but the report sheds light on how little clarity Congress has provided — specifically on that issue — but also on other aspects of efforts by the legislative branch to bolster the nation’s domestic nuclear fuel industry.

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