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Indian Point failed to identify and correct faulty transformer, federal probe reveals

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

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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

Entergy’s failure to fix issues with Indian Point is behind Hudson River oil spill

For Immediate Release July 1, 2015 Contact: Cliff Weathers, Communications Director 914-478-4501, Ext 239 Ongoing mishaps at the nuclear power plant are unacceptable and it’s time for regulators to take action. OSSINING, N.Y. – Yesterday, Entergy revealed that an insulation failure caused a short circuit in a high-voltage transformer coil at the Indian Point nuclear power plant on May 9, 2015. This failure caused the transformer to catch fire. Subsequently, more than 3,000 gallons of transformer oil spilled into and polluted the Hudson River. Indian Point is claiming that its […] Learn More

Aging Nuclear Power Plant Must Close Before It Closes Us

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