FENOC

AcronymDefinition
FENOCFirstEnergy Nuclear Operating Company
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10, 2011, the NRC was informed by FENOC that workers had identified cracks in the shield building while the plant was shut down to replace the reactor vessel head.
The commission will hold a public meeting at which FENOC will discuss its technical analysis and explain why the plant is safe to continue to operate with the cracks in the shield building.
FENOC is a subsidiary of Akron, Ohio-based FirstEnergy Corp.
Previously a contract for license renewal at Davis-Besse, a FENOC plant in Sandusky, OH, was awarded to the team.
FENOC senior vice president of Fleet Engineering, Dan Pace, said, 'Ken's solid engineering background and leadership skills will support the sound work performed by Davis-Besse's engineering organisation and ensure the continued safe, reliable operation of the facility.
FENOC is a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp (NYSE:FE), an energy company.
Framatome did a good job and we are pleased with the results," said Lew Myers, senior vice president of FENOC at Beaver Valley.
amp;uot;Perry continues to be one of the most dependable nuclear plants in the United States,&uot; says John Wood, vice president of FENOC at Perry.
More than 1,000 temporary contractors and FENOC employees from the company's other nuclear plants will supplement the Perry workforce during the outage.
Stetz, who will be reassigned within the FENOC organization.
Belcher, currently senior vice president and chief operating officer of FENOC, has been elected as its president and chief nuclear officer.
FENOC President and Chief Nuclear Officer Pete Sena, said, 'Protecting the health and safety of the public is always FENOC's top priority.