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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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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 ...


Estimating Engineer - Nuclear
OilVoice
This is an excellent opportunity to make your mark on an already established nuclear company with superb benefits and unrivalled career progression. Please send your CV's to Nick or call for further information. Job ref: /VAC/43291_1397487424. Salary


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.


Fukushima disabled lose job after nuclear disaster, become famous through ...
The Voice of Russia
About a dozen disabled people at the Futaba Seisakusho workshop, all of them evacuees from the town of Futaba, located close to the destroyed Fukushima nuclear power plant, started to make bags with used envelopes. Used envelopes and wax for a ...


Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire nuclear site jobs at risk
Lancashire Evening Post
Around 100 jobs are at risk at a Lancashire nuclear plant after a Canadian firm ended a lucrative contract early. Cameco and Westinghouse have announced they will end a toll-conversion agreement with Springfields Fuels Limited with effect from December ...

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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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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
TORONTO, April 16, 2014 /CNW/ - Ontario Power Generation, Inc. (OPG), through its subsidiary, Canadian Nuclear Partners (CNP), and Westinghouse Electric Company today announced an agreement that will enable the two companies to work together on a wide range of global nuclear projects. Under the agreement, the companies will consider a diversity of nuclear projects including refurbishment ...
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 ...
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.
Admiral Hyman Rickover (1900 – 1986)  is famous for whipping into shape the U.S. nuclear submarine fleet and the nuclear industry after it. His driving and domineering attitude was often unpopular, but it led to incredible success, making him "the greatest engineer of all time," according to President Jimmy Carter. One of his infamous techniques involved putting candidates off-guard in an ...
Ontario Power Generation, a government-owned electric company, recently proposed the development of a nuclear waste facility less than a mile from Lake Huron. read more
Westinghouse Electric Company and Ontario Power Generation, Inc., through its subsidiary, Canadian Nuclear Partners, today announced an agreement that would enable the two companies to work together on a wide range of global nuclear projects. (PRWeb April 16, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/04/prweb11769320.htm
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