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  • How dangerous is nuclear power? Three lessons from Japan.

    How dangerous is nuclear power? Three lessons from Japan.

    The devastated Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has become the latest poster child for long-standing issues surrounding nuclear energy – issues that need to be resolved to reduce the risk of a similar nuclear crisis in the United States. These range from the seemingly eternal conundrum over dealing with highly radioactive spent fuel, to fire hazards, plant design, and emergency plans, say nuclear engineers and nuclear-safety watchdogs.

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  • How dangerous is nuclear power? Three lessons from Japan.

    How dangerous is nuclear power? Three lessons from Japan.

    The devastated Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant has become the latest poster child for long-standing issues surrounding nuclear energy – issues that need to be resolved to reduce the risk of a similar nuclear crisis in the United States. These range from the seemingly eternal conundrum over dealing with highly radioactive spent fuel, to fire hazards, plant design, and emergency plans, say nuclear engineers and nuclear-safety watchdogs.

  • Do US nuclear plants have defective parts? NRC finds reporting flaws.

    Do US nuclear plants have defective parts? NRC finds reporting flaws.

    An NRC report finds that 28 percent of US nuclear power plant operators did not share information on defective parts with federal regulators. 'Confusion' over reporting rules is blamed.