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Charles W. Pennington

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SRA International

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Vice President

NAC


Department of Energy


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U.S. Transport Council

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NAC Reports on Successes in Spent Fuel Management, Government Projects | NAC International

Norcross, Georgia-Successful completion of several important spent fuel storage and transportation projects and steady progress in licensing its promising new MAGNASTOR® technology have NAC International looking to the future with optimism, NAC Vice President Charles Pennington told a nuclear industry conference last week.
Speaking before the Spent Fuel Management Seminar in Washington, DC, sponsored by the Institute of Nuclear Materials Management, Pennington reviewed key developments in 2004, which included NAC's acquisition in November by USEC Inc. (NYSE: USU), the Bethesda, Maryland-based uranium enrichment firm. Key NAC achievements included: "NAC is pleased to have its proven spent fuel rail transport cask technology deployed in a transportation program such as the China project, which is remarkably similar to what will be required by the Department of Energy for moving U.S. spent fuel to Yucca Mountain," Pennington reported. Pennington also described NAC's new MAGNASTOR spent fuel technology, which is under review for certification by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The MAGNASTOR System offers key design improvements over existing technologies, such as increased fuel assembly storage capacities (37 for pressurized water reactors; 87 for boiling water reactors), capability to handle enrichment assays of up to 5%, and storage and transport of high burnup fuel with short cooling times. Certification is expected by 2006. "The new MAGNASTOR technology will accommodate the evolving needs of our utility customers," Pennington said. "We expect its expanded capacities, new design features, and optimized loading operations will increase productivity, improve costs and personnel exposures, and save time." Pennington added, "The MAGNASTOR System perfectly positions us for the anticipated expansion of nuclear power, and our recent acquisition by USEC sets the stage for our future growth."


NAC International | News

Norcross, Ga. - NAC International (NAC) today announced that Juan C. Subiry has been promoted to vice president, marketing and business development, replacing Charles W. Pennington, who has held the position for the last eight years.


NAC International | News

Norcross, Georgia-Successful completion of several important spent fuel storage and transportation projects and steady progress in licensing its promising new MAGNASTOR® technology have NAC International looking to the future with optimism, NAC Vice President Charles Pennington told a nuclear industry conference last week.


NAC International Announces Marketing and Business Development Leadership Transition | NAC International

Norcross, Ga. - NAC International (NAC) today announced that Juan C. Subiry has been promoted to vice president, marketing and business development, replacing Charles W. Pennington, who has held the position for the last eight years.
"We are most pleased to have a succession plan where we are able to supplement and replace Charlie's experience with the background that Juan brings, which, importantly, has been substantially developed in-house," Cole added, Pennington has served at NAC since 1996 in senior positions, including senior vice president of consulting, senior vice president of engineering and product development, and vice president of marketing and business development. He will now assume a senior advisory capacity within NAC as he phases back his activities in anticipation of retirement. "Charlie will still be involved with NAC and its business units on a day-to-day basis as we move forward," said Cole.


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In addition to Dr. Welsh, co-authors are Jeffry Siegel, PhD, president and CEO of Nuclear Physics Enterprises (first author); Charles Pennington of NAC International and Bill Sacks, MD, PhD, emeritus medical officer in the FDA Center for Devices and Radiological Health.


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