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Officials from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission will hold a public meeting Monday night to discuss its latest safety review for Xcel Energy 's nuclear power plant in Monticello. Overall, the NRC found that the Monticello plant operated safely in
A firefighter secures a cable to the wheel of a car that went through the retaining wall on the seventh floor of the Damon West Parking Ramp in downtown Rochester, Minn. The driver was uninjured and firefighters were eventually able to pull the car
Eliot , but March may hold that claim for the Japanese and American nuclear industries, where two high-profile accidents Fukushima and Three Mile Island have etched themselves in collective memory and distrust (read more here and here ). Skip
N.H. (AP) Thirty-five years after America's worst commercial nuclear accident, experts are exploring the past, present and future of nuclear energy at a symposium at Dartmouth College. The Three Mile Island 35th Anniversary Symposium takes place
The head of Russia state nuclear corporation Rosatom said on Thursday some of its international contracts could be affected by Western sanctions, RIA news agency reported. Rosatom is building nuclear plants in several foreign countries.
As the hazardous levels of smog over Beijing intensified in recent days, a former head of the National Energy Administration called for more efforts in the development of renewable energy to combat air pollution. Zhang Guobao, a former vice-chairman
A total of 35 clubs in the country have pledged to enact laws in accordance with international standards in the field of nuclear safety measures aimed at preventing nuclear material from falling into the hands of terrorists.
Reported News Brief 3/25/2014, Adar Bet 23, 5774 Japanese to Forfeit Nuclear Material to U.S. Government An agreement has been signed by Japanese and American governments, attesting to a consensus to eliminate hundreds of kilograms of nuclear
Authorities are planning to test all of the roughly 650 households on San Francisco's Treasure Island for elevated radiation levels due to increasing concern over the discovery of radioactive items buried underground...Navy said in a statement Monday
Japan pledged yesterday to return hundreds of kilos of weapons-grade uranium and plutonium given to Tokyo for research during the Cold War era, in the first major deal announced at a summit on nuclear security...Washington has been pressing Tokyo