Texas Nuclear Power Links

Nuclear Relapse

NukeFreeTexas.org

NukeFreeTexas partners include:

SEED Coalition

Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club

Texas Campaign for the Environment

Clean Water Action

Southwest Workers Union

Citizens League for Environmental Action Now (CLEAN)

Esperanza Peace and Justice Center

Environment Texas

Energia Mia

South Texas Association for Responsible Energy (STARE), Matagorda County

Institute for Energy and Environmental Research

Signs of a Nuclear Relapse

New Nuclear Reactor Licensing Process

Companies that are Promoting New Reactor Construction

Federal Subsidies and Incentives for Nuclear Power

Additional Resources

The Fatal Flaws of Nuclear Power

NRC Quick Links

Nuclear Reactor Licensing Process - US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)

Public Involvement in the Nuclear Regulatory Process - NRC Regulation Brochure

For Additional Information:

For more information on public involvement, contact the NRC Office of Public Affairs by telephone at 301-415-8200, or
via Internet electronic mail at
OPA@NRC.GOV.

For more detailed descriptions of how to obtain information from the NRC, you can order a copy of the latest revision to the "Citizen's Guide to NRC Information," NUREG/BR-0010, by writing to the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Mail Stop SSOP, Washington, DC, 20402-0001 or at http://bookstore.gpo.gov/

Radionuclide Decay Chains - Radiation Protection EPA page

 

San Onofre Nuclear Plant Closing: A harbinger of things to come for the U.S.'s aging nuclear fleet?

Earlier today, Southern California Edison (SCE) announced that they will retire Units 2 and 3 of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS), essentially closing the troubled nuclear power plant which is located between San Diego and Los Angeles. SONGS, which has been in operation for 45 years, may be a harbinger for the future […]

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Friday, June 07, 2013 3:01:41 PM

 

Foreign Ownership Could Halt Licensing of South Texas Project Nuclear Reactors

NRC Says NINA Doesn't Meet Their Requirements On Tuesday, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission told judges overseeing the licensing case for two proposed South Texas Project reactors that the applicant (NINA) is subject to foreign ownership control or domination requirements and does not meet the provisions of the Atomic Energy Act in this regard. This will […]

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Thursday, May 02, 2013 12:00:58 AM

 

NRC MAINTAINS HEIGHTENED WATCH OVER NUCLEAR PLANTS IMPACTED BY SANDY; THREE SHUTDOWNS AND OYSTER CREEK PLANT IN ALERT

Update: The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission said an alert at the Oyster Creek plant in Forked River, N.J., ended early Wednesday, October 31. According to an NRC press release, three reactors (Nine Mile Point 1 in Scriba, N.Y., Indian Point 3 in Buchanan, N.Y.; and Salem Unit 1 in Hancocks Bridge, N.J.) experienced shutdowns as […]

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Tuesday, October 30, 2012 12:12:03 PM

 

Three Mile Island – Deja vu

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has reported that a reactor at Three Mile Island, the site of the nation's worst nuclear accident, shut down unexpectedly on this afternoon when a coolant pump tripped and steam was released. Right now they are saying the plant is stable with no impact on public health or safety. Still, this is […]

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Thursday, September 20, 2012 6:55:34 PM

NRC Whistleblower Claims Threat To Nuclear Plants Covered Up By Regulators

According to the Huffington Post, not one, but two, whistleblower engineers at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission have accused regulators of deliberately covering up information relating to the vulnerability of U.S. nuclear power facilities that sit downstream from large dams and reservoirs and failing to act to despite being aware of the risks for years. One […]

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Tuesday, September 18, 2012 6:00:18 PM