Nuclear Energy - News September 5, 2011
Official: Japanese nuclear plant stabilization ahead of schedule (CNN)
Efforts to stabilize Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, crippled by a March tsunami which triggered a nuclear crisis, are running ahead of schedule, according to the president of the Tokyo Electric Power Company, which operates the plant.
American Nuclear Tech: It's About Japan (Janakiram MSV)
Ashok Parthasarathi writes in IE that the US nuclear reactor suppliers, in which Japanese companies Toshiba and Hitachi have a majority stake, by Japanese position cannot provide India reactors because India is a non-signatory to the NPT and the CTBT .
There are jobs in S.C., for those who have education, training (The State)
Even as South Carolina struggles with 10.9 percent unemployment this Labor Day, there is hope for workers who have the right skills – or are willing to train for them.
Atomic Power Needed to Save Japan Economy: Noda (Bloomberg)
Tobias Harris, author of the "Observing Japan" political blog and a former aide to ex-Democratic Party of Japan lawmaker Keiichiro Asao, talks about the nation's government and political environment.
Quake does little to shake town's nuclear f... (WTAQ-AM Green Bay)
In a village of about 500 where nearly everyone knows someone who works at the local nuclear plant, the recent historic earthquake created more punch lines than new concerns about the safety of their community.
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