INPO

AcronymDefinition
INPOInstitute of Nuclear Power Operations
INPOIn No Particular Order
INPOInternational Network of Permafrost Observatories
INPOInformation Network Program Office
INPOInstitute of Nuclear Plant Operators (industry oversight group)
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According to the group's annual report, a restructuring of Inpo 5, the former Veja Parks owner, was started in May and completed in August 2018.
Macfarlane expressed appreciation for INPO's emphasis on "the link between strong plant management and consistent plant performance," and for the industry's work to implement lessons learned from the Fukushima accident.
Nowadays these kinds of contributions have overcome the geographical barriers as NGOs and NPOs are growing exponentially and becoming INGOs/ INPOs. NGOs and NPOs act as windows on applied knowledge and provide links to sources of information; therefore these organizations are collaborating to provide essential services that revolve around the creation, dissemination, and storage of information.
(176) Even assuming INPO was honest in all of the data it submitted, other data may have been left out, which NRC would have been able to compel if it had gone through the regulatory process.
WANO followed the earlier establishment by the nuclear industry in the United States of the Institute for Nuclear Power Operations ("INPO") after the Three Mile Island accident in 1979.
The Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO) provides strong peer review and oversight of the civil nuclear sector in the United States.
Electrabel is implementing the software to help improve the Tihange plant's load factor, equipment reliability and compliance with regulations such as the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO) AP-913 rule.
McCullough retired as vice president of Industry Training and Accreditation for the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO) in February 2011 after nearly 30 years in the nuclear power industry.
The Commission report suggests that government oversight of oil industry operations needs supplementation y a self-policing safety organization similar to the nuclear power industry's non-profit Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO), designed to complement the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
With the help of the Nuclear Energy Institute (nei.org) and the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (inpo.info), interest is focused on filling those knowledge gaps through knowledge transfer and retention programs.