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Charlotte-based company cutting a nuclear reactor program, jobs
WCNC
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Nuclear power -- maybe it makes you think of the two nuclear plants surrounding Charlotte. Maybe the big cooling towers come to mind. Or maybe you just think of The Simpsons. Those power plants put out enough electricity to power an ...
Babcock & Wilcox announces layoffs, may shut downRoanoke Times
Potential Babcock & Wilcox layoffs could affect as many as 211 employeesLynchburg News and Advance
'Mass layoff' at Babcock & WilcoxWDBJ7
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Nuclear watchdog agency accused of 'Jekyll and Hyde' job
OCRegister
A bolt of lightning streaked from the sky and hit close to the LaSalle County nuclear power plant in Illinois, knocking its two reactors off the main power grid last April. The reactors went into automatic shutdown. Five emergency generators sprang ...

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A Nuclear Power Plant Goes On The Auction Block
ThinkProgress
Available to the highest bidder at the auction was everything from overflowing toolboxes to heavy machinery to control panels reminiscent of the one Homer Simpson uses at his job as a nuclear technician. Community members joined seasoned dealers in ...
Past experiences should guide WIPP forwardAlbuquerque Journal

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Japan's Profound Ambivalence Over Nuclear Energy
TIME
Wary of lingering contamination from the 2011 disaster at the nearby Daiichi nuclear power plant—as well as the lack of job opportunities and amenities—half of the former residents have simply ignored the official all-clear, which was issued on April 1.

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Sen. Casey Demands Clean-Up At Parks Twp. Nuclear Dump
CBS Local
“It's really an effort to say to the federal government do you job and do it in a way that will give the people of Armstrong County and southwestern Pennsylvania a measure of peace of mind, but also a roadmap so they can see a pathway to the future of ...

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Nuclear expert says industry could create jobs in Peterborough
Kawartha Media Group
By Giorgio Berbatiotis. Peterborough's job market could get a big boost as thousands of jobs are created in Ontario's nuclear industry over the next decade, according to Dr. John Barrett. Dr. Barrett is President and CEO of the Canadian Nuclear ...

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Nuclear Licensing Specialist
OilVoice
NUCLEAR LICENSING SPECIALIST Spencer Ogden is currently working with one of the largest heavy industrial companies in Korea, who is looking for a Nuclear Licensing Specialist to add to their nuclear project team. The project is a major Nuclear CASK ...

The federal government led secret diplomatic efforts to frustrate a New Zealand-led push for nuclear disarmament, according to documents released under freedom of information laws.        
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has unveiled a pro-nuclear blueprint for the country's energy future around the three-year mark of the disaster at Fukushima, a move that most Japanese appear to disagree with, even those who returned to Fukushima to rebuild their lives
Peterborough's job market could get a big boost as thousands of jobs are created in Ontario's nuclear industry over the next decade, according to Dr. John Barrett.
By Mari Saito SATSUMASENDAI, Japan (Reuters) - On the main road leading from the Sendai nuclear plant in southern Japan, a construction crew is laying down asphalt to widen the evacuation route in the event of a future disaster. It means they are edging closer to re-starting two nuclear reactors that have been an economic engine for nearly three decades in a remote coastal town that has few ...
The federal government led secret diplomatic efforts to frustrate a New Zealand-led push for nuclear disarmament, according to documents released under freedom of information laws.        
Want to prevent another Fukushima and get rid of people's "not-in-my-backyard" concerns? MIT researchers say offshore nuclear is the way to go. When a tsunami surged through the Fukushima nuclear power plant, cutting its systems and leaving an overheated wreck, many people wanted nothing more to do with nuclear energy. Inherently unsafe, they said. To nuclear's fans, however, the disaster was ...
Decades ago, hundreds -- perhaps thousands -- of barrels of nuclear waste were buried on a 44-acre site in Parks Township, Armstrong County.
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