Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Report: Quake Vibrations Shut Down North Anna Nuclear Power Reactors; Permit Process For Reactor #3 Moves Forward

Dominion Power states it has found that the vibrations from the Aug. 23 5.8 earthquake caused the reactors to shut down, not a loss of external power at the facility.  The plant remains under investigation by the NRCRead.  And some permits needed to move forward on controversial Reactor #3 have been granted.

There was a protest outside Dominion's headquarters in Richmond on Tuesday, September 27.   Let's hope that fella in the picture, above, isn't a prophet.  Read.

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