Plymouth Nuclear Plant’s Safety Rating Downgraded After Shutdowns, Valve Problems via Radio Boston

Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station is under scrutiny after the Nuclear Regulatory Commission announced it was downgrading the station’s safety rating. It now sits in the next-to-lowest performance category.

The move comes after unplanned shutdowns and problems with the plant’s safety relief valves. This makes the 43-year old Pilgrim plant one of three nuclear power reactors in the country that are ranked in the second-lowest category.

Listen to the program at Plymouth Nuclear Plant’s Safety Rating Downgraded After Shutdowns, Valve Problems

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