Christina Simeone

University of Pennsylvania

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Christina Simeone is director of policy and external affairs at the University of Pennsylvania's Kleinman Energy Policy Center.

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 Thirty-eight years ago, one of two nuclear reactors at Three Mile Island in Pennsylvania suffered a partial meltdown and had to shut down.  It was the worst…

Falling energy prices could force closure of Three Mile Island

Photo by Raymond Shobe Thirty-eight years ago, one of two nuclear reactors at Three Mile Island in Pennsylvania suffered a partial meltdown and had to shut down.  It was the worst…

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