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First reported Sep 03 2014 - Updated Sep 04 2014 - 1 reports

Fukushima Daiichi links, facts; Japan nuclear guide

Just a couple items relative to Fukushima Daiichi....•I've updated my Fukushima Accident Page with links to the most recent analysis of "unexplained events" during the accident, as developed by TEPCO.  There are, and continue to be, a number of unexplained ... [Published atomic power review - Sep 03 2014]
First reported Sep 02 2014 - Updated Sep 02 2014 - 1 reports

APR+ Design Certification Announced

While discussion has been focused on the announcement that the ESBWR was approaching design certification in the United States, another, completely different reactor plant type has actually achieved its design certification without any news coverage ... [Published atomic power review - Sep 02 2014]
First reported Aug 25 2014 - Updated Aug 26 2014 - 1 reports

Doel 3 and Tihange 2 units back in news / Turbine Generators

The saga of the hydrogen inclusions in the reactor vessels of the Doel Unit 3 and Tihange Unit 2 reactors in Belgium has, as some may already know, taken another turn; a recent finding has caused the shutdown of these two reactors indefinitely pending ... [Published atomic power review - Aug 25 2014]
First reported Jul 25 2014 - Updated Jul 25 2014 - 1 reports

BBC News on NS SAVANNAH

BBC News wished to do a piece that remarked upon the 50th anniversary of the visit of NS Savannah to Southampton, and other places in the UK during her big European tour, and to that end this last week contacted me (since I'm the Communications Director ... [Published atomic power review - Jul 25 2014]
First reported Jun 22 2014 - Updated Jun 22 2014 - 1 reports

Nuclear Energy Blogger and Author Carnival 214

It's time for the 214th Carnival of Nuclear Energy Bloggers and Authors.  And, getting back to my usual form around here, it's unavoidable that I'm going to ask you to identify something ... or at least have a guess ready ... before I let you in.  So, ... [Published atomic power review - Jun 22 2014]
First reported Jun 20 2014 - Updated Jun 21 2014 - 1 reports

Fukushima Daiichi Accident Reports page updated

A reminder for APR readers; I have long maintained a stand-alone page on this blog which compiles links to comprehensive Fukushima Daiichi accident reports.  Some of these detail the accident, while other detail the recovery from it; still others detail ... [Published atomic power review - Jun 20 2014]
First reported Jun 03 2014 - Updated Jun 03 2014 - 1 reports

EPA Announcement; Where To From Here?

DTE Fermi 2 (right) and planned Fermi 3 (lower); courtesy DTE...and, just like that!  We have, in the last 24 hours, at least in the minds of some, seen a complete reversal of fortune for nuclear power -- the dying former "nuclear renaissance" having ... [Published atomic power review - Jun 03 2014]
First reported Jun 02 2014 - Updated Jun 02 2014 - 1 reports

Could Korea, UAE partner in exporting nuclear plants?

Barakah Nuclear Plant, UAEA very interesting development has taken place in the Republic of Korea's effort to export nuclear energy.  The ongoing project in the United Arab Emirates to build the Barakah NPP (four 1400 MWe units) has progressed conceptually ... [Published atomic power review - Jun 02 2014]
First reported May 26 2014 - Updated May 26 2014 - 1 reports

Nuclear Energy Blogger Carnival 210

It's time for the 210th edition of the Carnival of Nuclear Bloggers and Authors.  Because this is a holiday (Memorial Day,) I'm going to skip the usual entertainment that goes along with the Carnival when it appears here and get straight to the entries.  ... [Published atomic power review - May 26 2014]
First reported Apr 21 2014 - Updated Apr 21 2014 - 1 reports

Nuclear Blogger and Author Carnival 205

It's time for the 205th Carnival of Nuclear Energy; a long-standing tradition among the top English language pro-nuclear bloggers and authors.You'll get to see what it is they had to say last week about nuclear energy, nuclear policy and just about anything ... [Published atomic power review - Apr 21 2014]
First reported Apr 18 2014 - Updated Apr 18 2014 - 1 reports

Historic Nuclear Ship Savannah Open for Tours May 18

[Press release from N.S. Savannah Association, Inc.]---------- Historic Ship N.S. Savannah Open for Tours May 18, 2014 in Observance of Maritime Day N.S. Savannah Association, Inc. 4/17/2014The unique, nuclear powered ship N.S. Savannah will be ... [Published atomic power review - Apr 18 2014]
First reported Mar 31 2014 - Updated Mar 31 2014 - 1 reports

STURGIS to be decommissioned, dismantled

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nuclear Power Plant "Sturgis" enters the Panama Canal(1968). Records of the Army Signal Corps, RG 111; National Archives and Records Administration - College Park, Md. (Photo by Courtesy of the National Archives and ... [Published atomic power review - Mar 31 2014]

Quotes

...ACF Research reactorsItaly - Italian Nat'l Committee on Nuclear Research - 5 MWt heavy waterwater tank type.  Said by ACF to be "the first sale of an atomic reactor abroad by a U S firm" the contract was awarded to ACF in February 1956 with the actual signing occurring later that year...
...report reversing its previous support of biofuels, stating "increasing bioenergy crop cultivation poses risks to ecosystems and biodiversity" and "[Use of biofuels]... can lead to greater total emissions than when using petroleum products."  ---------- Canadian Energy Issues - Steve Aplin  IPCC, meet Johannes Kepler; like you, he faced dogma, peer pressure, and criticism...
...  Ongoing recovery efforts in and around the site, safety enhancements for existing reactor fleets, prospects for restarting reactors in Japan. "Three years of available lessons from Fukushima by Rod Adams The events 3 years ago at Fukushima Daiichi offer challenging but necessary lessons about the commercial use of nuclear energy.  A conversation to document some of the lessons from the accident.---------- The Hiroshima Syndrome - Les Corrice Fukushima Third Anniversary - The Positive and the Negative.  Les Corrice takes a look at reporting on the third anniversary of the Fukushima Daiichi accident, with an emphasis on who has reported in a positive and in a negative vein.  Corrice examines the common negative themes in reporting; he also notes that there was positive reporting this year whereas last year there was none.----------Atomic Insights - Rod Adams Healthy Doses of Radiation Doses of radiation that are lower than about 700 mGy/yr are more likely to reduce cancer incidence and increase life span than to decrease it. In other words, moderate radiation doses are good for you in the same way as moderate exercise is good for you.The basis for this economy-altering assertion is documented in Dr. Jerry Cuttler’s recent paper titled Remedy for Radiation fear — discard the Politicized sciencewhich is available as a pre=press article from Dose Response. Nader's Nuclear Blind Spot A Democracy Now segment featuring Ralph Nader and starting with a discussion on climate change rapidly turned into an antinuclear rant. Rod does some fact checking to point out several misinformed statements.----------Yes Vermont Yankee - Meredith Angwin"

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Fukushima Daiichi links, facts; Japan nuclear g... [Published atomic power review - Sep 03 2014]
APR+ Design Certification Announced [Published atomic power review - Sep 02 2014]
Doel 3 and Tihange 2 units back in news / Turbi... [Published atomic power review - Aug 25 2014]
BBC News on NS SAVANNAH [Published atomic power review - Jul 25 2014]
Nuclear Energy Blogger and Author Carnival 214 [Published atomic power review - Jun 22 2014]
Fukushima Daiichi Accident Reports page updated [Published atomic power review - Jun 20 2014]
EPA Announcement; Where To From Here? [Published atomic power review - Jun 03 2014]
Could Korea, UAE partner in exporting nuclear p... [Published atomic power review - Jun 02 2014]
Nuclear Energy Blogger Carnival 210 [Published atomic power review - May 26 2014]
Nuclear Blogger and Author Carnival 205 [Published atomic power review - Apr 21 2014]
Historic Nuclear Ship Savannah Open for Tours M... [Published atomic power review - Apr 18 2014]
STURGIS to be decommissioned, dismantled [Published atomic power review - Mar 31 2014]
Nuclear Energy Carnival 200 [Published atomic power review - Mar 16 2014]
More Nuclear Energy for Mexico? [Published atomic power review - Mar 09 2014]
SCE to Auction Surplus Nuclear Plant Machinery,... [Published atomic power review - Feb 20 2014]
Three Blogs Added to my Blog Roll [Published atomic power review - Feb 18 2014]
Carnival of Nuclear Energy 195 [Published atomic power review - Feb 09 2014]
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Fukushima Daiichi links, facts; Japan nuclear g... [Published atomic power review - Sep 03 2014]
Just a couple items relative to Fukushima Daiichi....•I've updated my Fukushima Accident Page with links to the most recent analysis of "unexplained events" during the accident, as developed by TEPCO.  There are, and continue to be, a number of unexplained ...
APR+ Design Certification Announced [Published atomic power review - Sep 02 2014]
While discussion has been focused on the announcement that the ESBWR was approaching design certification in the United States, another, completely different reactor plant type has actually achieved its design certification without any news coverage ...
Doel 3 and Tihange 2 units back in news / Turbi... [Published atomic power review - Aug 25 2014]
The saga of the hydrogen inclusions in the reactor vessels of the Doel Unit 3 and Tihange Unit 2 reactors in Belgium has, as some may already know, taken another turn; a recent finding has caused the shutdown of these two reactors indefinitely pending ...
BBC News on NS SAVANNAH [Published atomic power review - Jul 25 2014]
BBC News wished to do a piece that remarked upon the 50th anniversary of the visit of NS Savannah to Southampton, and other places in the UK during her big European tour, and to that end this last week contacted me (since I'm the Communications Director ...
Nuclear Energy Blogger and Author Carnival 214 [Published atomic power review - Jun 22 2014]
It's time for the 214th Carnival of Nuclear Energy Bloggers and Authors.  And, getting back to my usual form around here, it's unavoidable that I'm going to ask you to identify something ... or at least have a guess ready ... before I let you in.  So, ...
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