Constellation clinches deal with EDF, exits nuclear venture

Constellation clinches deal with EDF, exits nuclear venture
Constellation Energy settled its dispute with French utility giant Electricite de France on Tuesday, selling its half of a joint venture to develop new nuclear power plants and dropping its threat to exercise an option to force EDF to buy a dozen aging fossil fuel plants.
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Asia Markets: China banks to rise as capital raising set to ease
An upcoming round of capital raising by some large Chinese banks via rights issues is likely to remove the overhang of equity dilution on the sector and trigger rating upgrades, analysts say.
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Fibromyalgia: Symptoms and Treatment
Two percent of the United States population suffers from a chronic condition known as fibromyalgia. It occurs more often in women than men and the risk of developing it increases with age. Widespread pain, fatigue, abnormal pain processing, and multiple tender points on the body in which slight pressure causes pain, characterize fibromyalgia.
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Two day- training exercise at Temelín nuclear power plant shows room for improvement

Two day- training exercise at Temelín nuclear power plant shows room for improvement
The sound of sirens set in motion the wheels of a nightmare scenario at Temelín – a nuclear leak that would threaten the lives of hundreds of thousands of people. The two-day training exercise held this week went through the motions of a crisis scenario involving Temelín employees, integrated rescue services and local officials in order to ascertain their action-capability and degree of …
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Emergency plan at BAE to be re-run
BAE will re-run parts of a major nuclear accident exercise after serious shortfalls came to light.
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Plan to wipe out BVD ‘too slow on culling’
EARLIER this week, the Scottish Government announced its plan for eradicating bovine viral diarrhoea (BVD) from this country, however the National Beef Association has
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