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Assurances about tritium leaks not convincing

May 1, 2009 By PAULA GOTSCH It's been a crisis month for Exelon since federal regulators jumped the gun and relicensed the Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station in Lacey until 2029. Failure of a ... read more

Progress Energy nuclear plant delayed by at least 20 months

May 01, 2009 > Progress Energy's $17 billion nuclear project has been delayed by at > least 20 months, the St. Petersburg utility announced Friday morning. > > The utility was ... read more

PPL lost $64M in monies for nuclear plants

Apr 26 - McClatchy-Tribune > Regional News - Rory Sweeney The Times Leader, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. > > In documentation recently submitted to the U.S. Nuclear > Regulatory Commission, ... read more

Turkey Point Expansion Hinges on Water for New Reactors

Apr 25 - The > Miami Herald > > Water may well be the key issue in determining whether Florida > Power & Light gets permits to build two more nuclear reactors at > Turkey ... read more

Nuclear rebirth hinges on Congress' actions

Apr 24 - McClatchy-Tribune > Regional News - Tom Henry The Blade, Toledo, Ohio > > > The nuclear industry's hope for a renaissance depends on whether > Congress passes more of ... read more

Who will pay for America's Chernobyl roulette?

Harvey Wasserman April 26, 2009 As the US attempts to dig out from economic collapse, a little-known nuclear industry liability could seriously derail Obama's attempt to revive our finances. It ... read more

Chernobyl: The Horrific Legacy

23 years and counting by Dr. Ilya Sandra Perlingieri Global Research, April 25, 2009 On April 26, 1986, Chernobyl Nuclear Power Station reactor number 4 exploded at 1:24 a.m. "Tons of ... read more