Indian Point from above dismantling - ISFSI, photo by Holtec

Indian Point Decommissioning Oversight Board (DOB)

Indian Point Decommissioning Oversight Board (DOB)
Overview

The Indian Point Decommissioning Oversight Board (DOB) was established in 2020 to advise on and assess how to protect the financial, environmental, and physical interests of the communities affected by decommissioning, including the interests of the current workforce as it relates to continuing the public safety of the surrounding communities. Below you will find information on upcoming meetings, reports, correspondence, and other key information related to the work of the Decommissioning Oversight Board.

Information
Information about the Indian Point Decommissioning Oversight Board, including board members, plans, guides, and questions and answers from recent board meetings.

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Library of Documents
The Indian Point Decommissioning Oversight Board (DOB) maintains a library of documents and public comments on the Department of Public Service’s Document and Matter Management System (DMM) website under Matter #21-01188. The DOB has also welcomed its independent technical expert to post research on topics of interest to be made available to the public. This space will also capture NRC inspection reports as they are made publicly available.