Call in this morning or send written comments.
Here are the
previous materials (this URL works; the one in the NRC PR is broken).
The nuclear industry has been
pushing for changes for a year now;
Rather than relaxing rules on foreign ownership of operating reactors,
how about stop accepting foreign nuke parts from the likes of
document-forging Doosan, which supplies Plant Vogtle among a dozen
or so other U.S. nukes?
Try joining the
webinar from a Linux system and you get:
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Please view the GoToWebinar system requirements.
Contact Global Customer Support or tweet to us @gotowebinar.
They support Windows, Mac, iOS, or Android, but not Linux.
And NRC is asking technical questions?
NRC PR 7 August 2013,
NRC Webinar Aug. 21 to Discuss Regulations On Foreign Ownership of U.S. Reactors, Continue reading
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Ecological Options Network (EON)
video of public comments at the latest
Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) meeting
about restarting San Onofre 2,
documents indicate Southern California Edison knew the new steam
generators were defective years before they even installed them.
In these video excerpts from the 4-3-2013 NRC webcast, informed
activists hammer the NRC staff and SoCal Edison reps with
penetrating comments and questions about apparently collusive
fast-track plans to restart one of San Onofre’s broken
reactors—in a tsunami and earthquake zone, in the middle of a
strategic U.S. military base, in a surrounding urban area with a
population of 8.5 million people—a plant that is not
cost-effective 99% of the time, operated by a utility with the worst
safety record in the country.
What could possibly go wrong?
Participants include Ace Hoffman, David Freeman, Kendra Ulrich, Dan
Hirsch, John Geesman, Ray Lutz, Gary Headrick and Myla Reson.
Activists just helped convince NRC
to deny a license for Calvert Cliffs 3 in Maryland
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Nuclear, San Onofre and tagged defective, Ecological Options Network, EON, Friends of the Earth, generator, Georgia, LAKE, Lowndes Area Knowledge Exchange, Lowndes County, NRC, reactor, San Onofre, Southern California Edison, Valdosta on . April 7, 2013