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- Herb Moyer on NRC FREEZES ALL NUCLEAR REACTOR CONSTRUCTION & OPERATING LICENSES IN U.S.
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Category Archives: Seabrook Is Crumbling
Ages of US Nuclear Power Plants at Closure – Oldest
In the End, Wind Will Win
Inside Japan’s Nuclear Meltdown Wednesday, August 15 – 6:00-8:00 PM Rye Library – 581 Washington Road An unprecedented account of the crisis inside the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power complex. A rare inside look at what happened at … Continue reading
By Pilita Clark, Environment Correspondent Financial Times July 30, 2012 Nuclear power is so expensive compared with other forms of energy that it has become “really hard” to justify, according to the chief executive of General Electric, one of the … Continue reading
SAPL “Nuclear Dangers” Film Series The next film to be shown in the series: Wednesday, August 1, 2012 – Seabrook Library: “Seabrook 77” (80 minutes ) 6:00-8:00 PM In April 1977, the small coastal town of Seabrook, New Hampshire … Continue reading
SAPL Nuclear Film Series-Poster
Jane On Nuclear Energy
Road transport planned for overnight June 27-28 Sections of storage containers for spent fuel rods at the Seabrook Station nuclear plant have arrived at the town harbor. They will be transported to the plant on tractor-trailer trucks.Nancy Rineman photo By … Continue reading