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Oyster Creek, the oldest nuclear power plant in the U.S., could become a ‘green energy park’

Oyster Creek, the oldest nuclear power plant in the U.S., could become a ‘green energy park’ The Oyster Creek nuclear power plant closed in 2018. Since then, Holtec International, has been looking at how the plant can be repurposed.

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Issues of the Environment: The debate over nuclear power in Michigan

Issues of the Environment: The debate over nuclear power in Michigan It appears the state of Michigan plans to add more nuclear power to its energy portfolio. It is certainly cleaner energy than fossil fuels, but the threat to the environment and public health is much greater, should something go wrong.

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AT SENATE ENERGY HEARING CORTEZ MASTO, ADMINISTRATION REITERATE: YUCCA MOUNTAIN IS A NONSTARTER

At Senate Energy Hearing Cortez Masto, Administration Reiterate: Yucca Mountain is a Nonstarter – Senator Catherine Cortez Masto Washington, D.C. – At a Senate Energy and Natural Resources (ENR) Committee hearing, Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.) secured a renewed commitment from U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm that the Biden Administration will continue to

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