Danger to Nuclear Reactors

News 9 new results for DANGER TO US NUCLEAR PLANTS
It should be noted that there 14.474 nuclear reactors in the
world and How safe are these and what is happening to the     Nuclear Waste?
Federal regulators say Nebraska nuclear plant fire represented serious safety
Washington Post (blog)
A fire that briefly knocked out the cooling system for used fuel at an idled Nebraska nuclear plant last June represented a serious safety threat, federal regulators said in a report released Monday. The Fort Calhoun plant north of Omaha was shut down
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Southern California Residents Risk Radioactive Exposure to Demand End to
OpEdNews
SONGS has been classified as one of the two most dangerous nuclear power plants in the United States, the other major threat being Indian Point, near New York City. SONGS is located close to houses and within three miles of an elementary school.
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Feds: Neb. nuclear fire was “serious” threat
CBS News
Federal regulators say a fire that briefly knocked out the cooling system for used fuel at a Nebraska nuclear plant last June represented a serious safety threat. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says in a preliminary report Monday that the Fort
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A Fukushima end to the nuclear argument
Climate Spectator
The problems in Japan have probably ended the risk of Australia going down the nuclear path for the foreseeable future. Fukushima is also a reminder that financial considerations can lead to dangerous short cuts in design and operation.
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Ft. Calhoun fire serious threat, report says
Omaha World-Herald
By Leslie Reed An electrical fire last June posed a high safety risk for the Fort Calhoun nuclear power plant, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has ruled in a preliminary finding released Monday. A spokesman for the Omaha Public Power District said
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Fukushima still affecting US nuclear industry
Power Engineering Magazine
As the world tries to understand the benefits and dangers of nuclear energy, there seems no end to contradictions about the “lessons” of Fukushima Dai-ichi — the near twin of TVA’s Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant in Athens, Ala. Three Fukushima reactors
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One year after Fukushima, time for a more mature debate on nuclear
MercoPress
Since Fukushima, important developments have taken place. Germany has decided to shut down its fission plants. Moreover, in a referendum, 95% of the Italian public opposed plans to restart a nuclear programme in the country. However, the United States
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Fukushima – one year later
Malaysia Star
By MARTIN KHOR As the world marks the first anniversary of Japan’s triple tragedy, lessons are still being drawn from the Fukushima nuclear accident and the dangers of nuclear power plants. IT’S been a full year since Japan’s triple disaster of
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A year after Fukushima, U.S. public turns negative on nuclear power
Houston Chronicle (blog)
A few years ago, with energy costs rising, some government subsidies and the threat of climate change, it appeared like nuclear energy might be making a comeback. But now there are so many headwinds it’s hard to see a bunch of nuclear power plants
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Houston Chronicle (blog)

 


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