Tag Archives: Ed Lyman

Red alert at Zaporizhzhia? via Beyond Nuclear International

The threatened deadly scenarios could not happen at a wind farm By Linda Pentz Gunter Amidst accusations from both the Russian and Ukrainian sides that the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in southeastern Ukraine has been wired for detonation or could … Continue reading

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Soaring costs but limited progress in cleanup of “scariest” nuclear sites via Salon

By Phil Zahodiakin […] Testifying last week before the House Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, a GAO official said that for reasons that are unclear, estimated cleanup costs at the 16 ”biggest and scariest sites” have increased by $214 billion despite … Continue reading

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FUKUSHIMA RETURN: AT NUCLEAR SITE, HOW SAFE IS “SAFE”? via National Geographic (Fukushima Update)

Before the residents were allowed to return this week, an extensive cleanup was undertaken in the Miyakoji district. […] Even so, the radiation that remains at Miyakoji is still probably much higher than what it was before the accident, according … Continue reading

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Are Mini-Reactors The Future Of Nuclear Power? via NPR

The U.S. government is investing millions of dollars in what it considers a promising new industry for American manufacturing: nuclear reactors. The plan is to build hundreds of mini-reactors, dot them around the U.S. and export them overseas. Construction of … Continue reading

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