Open Petition for Rulemaking Dockets
The rulemaking petition process is the system by which any member of the public can request that the NRC develop, modify, or rescind a regulation.
This page lists the year when a particular petition for rulemaking (PRM) was docketed, the Docket ID, the PRM docket number, and the title of all open petitions.
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|2014||NRC-2014-0172||PRM-37-1||Licensee Requirements for Physical Protection of Plants and Materials|
|NRC-2014-0171||PRM-50-108||Fuel-Cladding Issues in Postulated Spent Fuel Pool Accidents|
|NRC-2014-0165||PRM-73-18||Protection of Digital Computer and Communication Systems and Networks|
|NRC-2014-0055||PRM-51-31||Environmental Impacts of Spent Fuel Storage During Reactor Operation|
|NRC-2014-0014||PRM-51-30||Petition to Revise and Integrate All Safety and Environmental Regulations Related to Spent Fuel Storage and Disposal|
|2013||NRC-2013-0078||PRM-32-8||Tritium Illumination Markers for Items Containing Byproduct Material|
|NRC-2013-0077||PRM-50-107||Requirement to Submit Complete and Accurate Information|
|NRC-2013-0024||PRM-73-16||Personnel Access Authorization Requirements for Nuclear Power Plants|
|2012||NRC-2012-0266||PRM-72-7||Spent Fuel Cask Certificate of Compliance Format and Content|
|NRC-2012-0215||PRM-51-29||Petition for Rulemaking Submitted by Commonwealth of Massachusetts to Rescind Regulations Excluding Consideration of Spent Fuel Storage Impacts from License Renewal Environmental Review|
|NRC-2012-0177||PRM-50-106||Environmental Qualification of Electrical Equipment Applicable to Existing and New Reactors|
|2011||NRC-2011-0189||Multiple Petitions for Rulemaking Related to Safety and Environmental Implications of the Fukushima Task Force Report|
|PRM-50-97||Petition for Rulemaking from NRDC to Require Emergency Preparedness (EP) Enhancements for Prolonged Station Blackouts|
|PRM-50-98||Petition for Rulemaking from NRDC to Require Emergency Preparedness (EP) Enhancements for Multiunit Events|
|PRM-50-99||Petition for Rulemaking from NRDC to Require Licensees to Confirm Seismic Hazards and Flooding Hazards Every 10 Years and Address any New and Significant Information|
|PRM-50-103||Petition for Rulemaking from NRDC to Revise 10 CFR 50.44|
|PRM-51-14||Petition for Rulemaking from Gene Stilp on Behalf of Taxpayers and Ratepayers United (Bell Bend)|
|PRM-51-15||Petition for Rulemaking from Diane Curran on Behalf of San Luis Obispo Mothers for Peace (Diablo Canyon)|
|PRM-51-16||Petition for Rulemaking from Diane Curran on Behalf of Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (Watts Bar)|
|PRM-51-17||Petition for Rulemaking from Mindy Goldstein on Behalf of Center for a Sustainable Coast, Georgia Women's Action for New Directions f/k/a/ Atlanta Women's Action for New Directions, and Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (Vogtle)|
|PRM-51-18||Petition for Rulemaking from Mindy Goldstein on Behalf of Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, National Parks Conservation Association, Dan Kipnis and Mark Oncavage (Turkey Point)|
|PRM-51-19||Petition for Rulemaking from Deborah Brancato on Behalf of Riverkeeper, Inc. & Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Inc. (Indian Point)|
|PRM-51-20||Petition for Rulemaking from Paul Gunter on Behalf of Beyond Nuclear, Seacoast Anti-Pollution League and Sierra Club of New Hampshire (Seabrook)|
|PRM-51-21||Petition for Rulemaking from Michael Mariotte on Behalf of Nuclear Information and Resource Service, Beyond Nuclear, Public Citizen and SOMDCARES (Calvert Cliffs)|
|PRM-51-22||Petition for Rulemaking from Raymond Shadis on Behalf of Friends of the Coast and New England Coalition (Seabrook)|
|PRM-51-23||Petition for Rulemaking from Robert V. Eye on Behalf of Intervenors in South Texas Project Nuclear Operating Company Application for South Texas Project Units 3 and 4 Combined Operating License (South Texas)|
|PRM-51-24||Petition for Rulemaking from Robert V. Eye on Behalf of Intervenors in Luminant Generation Company, LLC, Application for Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant Combined License (Comanche Peak)|
|PRM-51-25||Petition for Rulemaking from Mary Olson on Behalf of the Ecology Party of Florida, Nuclear Information and Resource Service Southwest Office, and the Green Party of Florida (Levy)|
|PRM-51-26||Petition for Rulemaking from Terry Lodge on Behalf of Beyond Nuclear, Citizens Environment Alliance of Southwestern Ontario, Don't Waste Michigan and the Green Party of Ohio (Davis-Besse)|
|PRM-51-27||Petition for Rulemaking from Terry Lodge on Behalf of Beyond Nuclear, Citizens for Alternatives to Chemical Contamination, Citizens Environmental Alliance of Southwestern Ontario, Don't Waste Michigan, Sierra Club et al. (Fermi)|
|PRM-51-28||Petition for Rulemaking from Barry White on Behalf of Citizens Allied for Safe Energy, Inc. (Turkey Point)|
|2009||NRC-2009-0554||PRM-50-93||Mark Edward Leyse; Calculated Maximum Fuel Element Cladding Temperature|
|PRM-50-95||Mark Edward Leyse and Raymond Shadis|