The decision ends years of debate over how to dispose of the water that’s enough to fill more than 500 Olympic-sized swimming pools.
" What we need to do is let the markets decide and get out of the way of subsidizing reactors to try and keep them around," said former NRC commissioner Gregory Jaczko
TEPCO's new appraisal of the Fukushima No. 3 reactor building shows that all – or nearly all – of the fuel rods contained inside melted onto the floor of the containment vessel.
Uh oh. Hope this isn't as bad as it might be.
The revelations cast new light on the $1 billion lawsuit filed by the sailors against Tokyo Electric Power.
Tokyo Electric Power Co (Tepco) still lacks basic understanding of measuring and handling radiation, Nuclear Regulation Authority (NRA) Chairman Shunichi Tanaka said
We don't know exactly what's going on at Fukushima. But then, we're not supposed to.
We know our nuclear plants are safe because this can't happen here. Right?
Here's the latest about the Fukushima reactor cleanup.
Some rare good news out of the Fukushima region.
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