HomeEnergy Matters Court: Nuclear Regulatory Commission Must Assess Spent Fuel Storage Dangers admin 13 June, 2012 Energy Matters No Comments News 4 new results for DANGER TO US NUCLEAR PLANTS Court: Nuclear Regulatory Commission Must Assess Spent Fuel Storage DangersEnvironment News ServiceAfter four to six years of use in a reactor, nuclear fuel rods can no longer efficiently produce energy and are considered spent nuclear fuel, the court explained. Fuel rods are hot when removed from reactors and emit enough radiation to be fatal in …See all stories on this topic » Environment News Service Were US– India relations oversold?Foreign Policy (blog)Their critique has been given unearned momentum by the Indian parliament, which passed nuclear liability legislation that does not meet international standards, effectively making it impossible for US companies to build civilian-nuclear plants in India …See all stories on this topic » Iran Swears It’s Building Nuke SubsWired News (blog)First, Iran will have to miniaturize the country’s nuclear technology into a safe and working power plant capable of powering a sub. Second, one does not just install a nuclear plant onto a submarine. Iran will have to build a new sub from scratch …See all stories on this topic » Wired News (blog) Japan Used Claims of Inaccuracy To Divert Release of Critical Radioactive …Spyghana.comJapanese officials have failed to justify why it took them over a month to disclose large-scale releases of radioactive material in mid-March at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. A special government tool had been producing critical …See all stories on this topic » This once a day Google Alert is brought to you by Google. Delete this alert.Create another alert. Tweet Pin It About The Author admin Related Posts Energy Matters The Most Important ‘Unknown’... By admin Apr 4, 2012 Energy Matters Sydney CSG plans stalled By admin May 5, 2012 Energy Matters Nuclear news By admin Mar 3, 2012 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.