Fukushima & Nuclear News Roundup; Dec 15, 2014

Takahama could restart in spring

Ikata nuclear plant is one step closer to obtaining restart approval

Taiwan set to defer new nuclear plant construction for 3 years

The US resists a new Convention on Nuclear Safety agreement, complaining the cost to operators vs. human lives are inconvenient to operators.

Japan’s steel manufacturers complain about nuclear reactors not being turned back on.

Court orders ministry to identify municipalities in survey on storing 3/11 debris

The world’s largest solar power plant is now up and running

Saskatoon scientists make medical isotopes without nuclear reactor

Kepco inspects aging Takahama reactors for chance at 20-year extension

Feds: Both Indian Point units need full quake analysis

school students in Montana send in water sample to test for fuku contamination

Protest in front of prime ministers office against the state secrets law

NRA mulls raising exposure limit in emergency

San Onofre nuclear plant thumbs nose at mother nature, will store spent nuclear fuel “underground” at plant.


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