The owners of the Seabrook Station nuclear power plant and the union representing 226 workers reached a contract agreement Sunday to avert a lockout.
Is The Nuclear Power Plant In Plymouth Safe?
A group that monitors nuclear facilities demonstrated outside Pilgrim Nuclear Plant on Sunday, the one-year anniversary of the the Fukushima nuclear power plant meltdown in Japan.
The Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant in Plymouth has been shut down after what officials call “a small leak of radioactive steam in a safety relief valve.”
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has sent a three-member inspection team to the Pilgrim nuclear power plant to try and figure out what led to an automatic shutdown last week.
The state’s highest court has ruled that Massachusetts environmental officials have the power to regulate a water intake system used by the Pilgrim nuclear power plant in Plymouth.
Dan Rea hosts a debate about nuclear power with John Rosenthal and Marc Goldsmith.
Low concentrations of radioiodine likely associated with the nuclear power plant issues in Japan were found in a sample of precipitation, state health officials announced on Sunday.
As Japan teeters on the edge of a nuclear disaster, Boston-area firms with employees and operations in the country are anxiously watching.
Three of the six reactors at a Japanese nuclear site are in danger of a meltdown. All three were built about the same time as the Pilgrim nuclear station in Plymouth and have very similar designs.