|NEWS RELEASE: For Immediate Release|
|Contact: Bobbi-Jo Meuleman
|Leadership in Nuclear Energy Commission 2.0 to Hold January Meeting|
BOISE, Idaho—Tuesday, January 10, 2017— The Leadership in Nuclear Energy (LINE) Commission 2.0 is scheduled to meet on Tuesday, January 17, 2017 at the Idaho State Capitol (700 West Jefferson Street, Boise) in the Lincoln Auditorium from 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
The meeting agenda includes an update from the Office of Nuclear Energy Programs and Transition, presentations on NEAC; Naval Reactors; the Cleanup Process from the Department of Energy; and Small Modular Reactors. Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter will give remarks to the commission before a Settlement Agreement 101 Panel and a Discussion on Subcommittee Structure and Future Commission Activities in the afternoon.
Please see the full agenda here.
The LINE Commission 2.0 is committed to an open and transparent process where members of the public can observe the Commission’s proceedings. The meeting is open to the public. For those unable to attend in person, the participant call-in number is (877) 820-7831; Participant Code: 876355.
The LINE Commission 2.0 was created by Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter through Executive Order 2013-02, and is charged with implementing and overseeing progress on recommendations from the original LINE Commission (LINE 1.0). Governor Otter extended the work of LINE 1.0 after it completed its initial scope of work. LINE 2.0’s work will focus on the six recommendations and over a dozen proposals for immediate action that were part of the final report the Governor received from the original commission.
To learn more about LINE Commission 2.0, visit http://line.idaho.gov/.