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These excerpts taken from the CEG 10-K filed Feb 27, 2009.

Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel—On-Site Facilities

Calvert Cliffs has a license from the NRC to operate an on-site independent spent fuel storage installation that expires in 2012. Sufficient storage capacity exists within the plant and currently installed independent spent fuel

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storage installation modules to be able to contain the full contents of the core until 2015. Efforts are currently under way to renew the independent spent fuel installation license and expand its capacity to accommodate operations through 2034. Nine Mile Point and Ginna are developing independent spent fuel storage installations at each of those facilities, which we expect to be completed in 2012 and 2010, respectively. Nine Mile Point and Ginna have sufficient storage capacity within the plant until the expected completion of the on-site independent spent fuel storage installations.

Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel—On-Site Facilities




Calvert Cliffs has a license from the NRC to operate an on-site independent spent fuel storage installation that expires in 2012.
Sufficient storage capacity exists within the plant and currently installed independent spent fuel



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installation modules to be able to contain the full contents of the core until 2015. Efforts are currently under way to renew the independent spent fuel installation license and expand its
capacity to accommodate operations through 2034. Nine Mile Point and Ginna are developing independent spent fuel storage installations at each of those facilities, which we expect to be completed in
2012 and 2010, respectively. Nine Mile Point and Ginna have sufficient storage capacity within the plant until the expected completion of the on-site independent spent fuel storage
installations.



This excerpt taken from the CEG 10-K filed Feb 27, 2007.

Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel—On-Site Facilities

Calvert Cliffs has a license from the NRC to operate an on-site independent spent fuel storage installation that expires in 2012. We have storage capacity at Calvert Cliffs that will accommodate spent fuel from operations through 2011. In addition, we can expand our temporary storage capacity at Calvert Cliffs to meet future requirements until approximately 2025. Nine Mile Point and Ginna are beginning initial planning studies for the potential development of independent spent fuel storage capacity. Nine Mile Point’s Unit 1 has sufficient storage capacity within the plant until 2011. Nine Mile Point’s Unit 2 has sufficient storage capacity within the plant until 2012. Ginna has sufficient storage capacity within the plant until 2010.

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