Posts Tagged ‘Indian Point’

Contract Talks To Resume Tuesday At Indian Point Nuclear Plant

Indian Point is already too dangerous — it can’t make do with a skeleton crew

Last week Entergy made clear that it wants to operate Indian Point even if the workers who normally operate the plant go on strike. Entergy asserts that managers could cover the duties of their staff.… Read More

Union, Entergy remain in talks to avert strike at Indian Point tomorrow

Checking it twice: Grid operator says electric system reliable without Indian Point

This week, the New York Independent System Operator — the nonprofit corporation responsible for operating the state’s electricity grid — confirmed that when the old and increasingly dangero… Read More

Riverkeeper statement regarding NYISO’s Indian Point deactivation report

For immediate release: December 13, 2017 Contact: Cliff Weathers, Riverkeeper Communications Director cweathers@riverkeeper.org; 845-445-8257 Riverkeeper statement regarding NYISO’s Indian Point dea… Read More

Discussion: How Will the Lights Stay on When Indian Point Closes?

As Indian Point shutdown approaches, safety and security measures must not be relaxed

With Indian Point nuclear power plant on track to shut down its remaining nuclear reactors by 2020 (Unit 2) and 2021 (Unit 3), protections against seismic, flooding, and cybersecurity risks remain jus… Read More

Indian Point Closure – Presentation and Panel Discussion

In a monumental turn towards renewable energy, New York State has announced the early closure of Indian Point! Join us for a presentation and panel discussion on this hot topic. The speakers will be:… Read More

Failing bolts at second Indian Point reactor raise further safety concerns

For immediate release: April 19, 2017 Contact: Cliff Weathers, Communications Director cweathers@riverkeeper.org; 845-445-8257 Inspection at Unit 3 finds 256 of 832 critical reactor core bolts impaire… Read More

New Plan May Allow Higher Radiation Levels in Drinking Water

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