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Three Mile Island decommissioning panel meets for first time Wednesday

Three Mile Island decommissioning panel meets for first time Wednesday An advisory panel created as part of a settlement between state regulators and the new owner of Three Mile Island’s storied Unit 2 will meet for the first time on Wednesday. This 15-member group was designed to meet at least twice per year to increase …

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Community group created to advise TMI cleanup

Community group created to advise TMI cleanup | StateImpact Pennsylvania Communities surrounding the shuttered Three Mile Island nuclear plant near Harrisburg now have a citizens committee to help guide decommissioning of the plant’s Unit 2 reactor, which partially melted down in 1979. The Community Advisory Panel is made up of 15 people who represent the …

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‘The worst-case scenario’: Regulators, watchdogs fear plan to dismantle damaged TMI nuclear reactor

‘The worst-case scenario’: Regulators, watchdogs fear plan to dismantle damaged TMI nuclear reactor It’s been more than 41 years, but Stephen Mohr still remembers how he knew something went wrong at the nuclear power plant on Three Mile Island. “I knew something happened because I went out to get the newspaper and I could smell …

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Public can weigh in on transfer of Three Mile Island’s stricken Unit 2 to decommissioning firm

Public can weigh in on transfer of Three Mile Island’s stricken Unit 2 to decommissioning firm On the 41st anniversary of the nation’s worst commercial nuclear power accident, the public is being given the chance to weigh in on the proposed transfer of the stricken Three Mile Island Unit 2 reactor to EnergySolutions.

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