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If California wants to go carbon-free, it needs to end its nuclear moratorium

A new state law signed this month, SB 100, requires all of California’s electricity to come from zero-carbon sources by 2045. Many news reports...

Cyber Security and the Digitization of Nuclear Power Plants

In 2009, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) published cyber security rules specifically targeting the protection of computer and communications systems and networks. The rules...

Six nuclear power plants in Hurricane Florence’s path, officials say

Federal officials expressed confidence the six nuclear power plants in Hurricane Florence's path are safe, but some experts aren't so sure, warning that flooding...

Nuclear plants in Florence’s path prepare to weather storm

As Hurricane Florence churns its way towards the Carolinas, at least 8 nuclear power plants stand in its way. With public dread over a...

Why The Cancer Death Of A Fukushima Worker Was Likely Not Due To Fukushima

Japan announced for the first time that a worker at the Fukushima nuclear power plant died after suffering radiation exposure, as reported in the Guardian, BBC and Newsweek, although...

Controversial Hanford cleanup plan needs more hearings, say U.S. senators

More public hearings are needed on a proposal that could lead to some radioactive waste being left at the bottom of Hanford’s underground tanks,...

Planned nuclear plant will help Poland meet EU emissions target

Poland will not meet European Union carbon emissions targets unless it builds a nuclear power station, Energy Minister Krzysztof Tchorzewski said on Wednesday. Poland produces...

Nuclear Plant Closures | Pew

From the road, overgrown greenery and a formidable razor-wire fence block the view of the twin domes of Indian Point Energy Center. But Indian...

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