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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?
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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
EDF and Calvert Cliffs
that would be enabled by
the current NRC rule-changing comment period.
NRC denied a license to NRG and Toshiba Corp. (aka Nuclear Innovation North America, or NINA)
for two new reactors at the South Texas Project nuclear facility outside Bay City;
the same facility where STNP 2
had a fire in January.
The reason for denial was the same as for EDF and Calvert Cliffs: Continue reading