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Aging Nuclear Power Plant Must Close Before It Closes Us

We’ll see a brighter, safer energy future without Indian Point

Photo: Giles Ashford
We must face facts regarding the Indian Point nuclear plant. Its infrastructure is aging, its safety is dubious, and most everyone knows it. Learn More

Riverkeeper, NRDF sue federal agency for withholding records

Aging Indian Point plant a hazard

Riverkeeper sues feds for plant-cooling records

What Happens if Indian Point Closes?

Fire is latest flashpoint at nuclear power plant

Riverkeeper and Richard Brodsky release list of safety ‘exemptions’ granted to Indian Point

Riverkeeper and former Assembly member Richard Brodsky have released the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission's (NRC) response to their request for a complete list of exemptions granted to the Indian Point nuclear power plant to otherwise binding NRC safety regulations. Learn More

Riverkeeper statement for Indian Point Annual Assessment Meeting

The third transformer explosion and fire in just eight years at Indian Point is proof positive that we need to decommission this unreliable, unsafe and environmentally damaging facility. This most recent incident is particularly disturbing not just because starkly similarly failures have already happened twice, but also because in 2009, the NRC specifically recognized the problematic trend in transformer failures at nuclear plants, and found that such failures could be avoided if licensees like Entergy implemented an effective maintenance program and a more proactive approach to addressing transformer issues.(1) Clearly, […] Learn More

Fire Prompts Renewed Calls to Close the Indian Point Nuclear Plant