The 561-page document can be found here: http://pbadupws.nrc.gov/docs/ML1412/ML14121A535.pdf
Extensions have been granted to more than 70 of America's 100 operating nuclear reactors.
None have been turned away by the NRC.
The agency has continued its reviews, but temporarily stopped issuing extensions until Congress decides how it wants to better manage the radioactive spent fuel from nuclear reactor cores.
Fermi 2 has about 850 full-time employees.
In a related matter, a coalition of anti-nuclear groups opposing DTE's request for a license to eventually build a new reactor, which would be called Fermi 3, issued a joint statement Wednesday calling for better quality assurance.
Beyond Nuclear, Citizens for Alternatives to Chemical Contamination, Citizens Environment Alliance of Southwestern Ontario, Don't Waste Michigan, and the Sierra Club Michigan Chapter said they have filed an appeal to the NRC's governing board, challenging a May 23 decision by the agency's safety and licensing board that would allow DTE to move forward with developing its own quality assurance program for the project.
DTE has said it is not even sure if it would proceed with plans for a Fermi 3 nuclear plant if a license for one is granted, given how Michigan's demand for electricity has decreased, how the new era of fracking has made natural gas-fired power plants more affordable, and how the utility needs to install more renewables to meet requirements of Michigan's law.