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Thursday, August 11, 2011


Nuclear Energy - News August 10, 2011


TVA, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy disagree over Bellefonte nuclear plant's viability
TVA, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy disagree over Bellefonte nuclear plant's viability (Alabama Live)
An environmental watchdog issued a report Tuesday critical of any effort by TVA to complete work on the Bellefonte nuclear plant near Scottsboro.
8/10/2011 - U. of Mich. getting up to $3.5M in nuclear grants (WWUP-TV Cadillac)
The Energy Department says it's awarded the University of Michigan up to about $3.5 million in research grants aimed at enhancing technology and training for the U.S. nuclear energy industry.
CSU receives $1 million nuclear energy grant (ReporterHerald)
FORT COLLINS The U.S. Department of Energy awarded Colorado State University up to $1.09 million through a research grant, which will help develop cutting-edge nuclear energy technologies and train and educate the next generation of leaders in the U.S. nuclear industry.
HARDtalk Watch (BBC News)
Since the Fukushima nuclear plant failure in Japan the nuclear industry has been under enormous pressure.
New Westinghouse Reactor Could Withstand Plane Crash (WTAE-TV Pittsburgh)
Westinghouse Electric Co. says the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has determined its new AP1000 nuclear reactor design is safe enough to withstand the impact of a plane crashing into it.

Study says safety risk, higher rates if TVA revives Bellefonte plant
Study says safety risk, higher rates if TVA revives Bellefonte plant (WVLT-TV Knoxville)
Opponents of the Tennessee Valley Authority reviving its mothballed Bellefonte Nuclear Plant in northeastern Alabama say building a reactor is a safety risk and could drive up rates.
Japan ignored own radiation forecasts (KFMB-TV San Diego)
Japan's system to forecast radiation threats was working from the moment its nuclear crisis began.




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