Leslie Kass

Nuclear Energy Institute

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Senior Director for Business Policy and Fuel Supply at the Nuclear Energy Institute, the trade association of the nuclear energy industry

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America's nuclear power plants are aging.

How Safe Are America's Aging Nuclear Power Plants?

America's nuclear power plants are aging.

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The ongoing disaster at  Fukushima  has focused attention on the safety of nuclear power plants in the United States. Could a similar accident happen here?

How Safe Are America's Aging Nuclear Power Plants?

The ongoing disaster at Fukushima has focused attention on the safety of nuclear power plants in the United States. Could a similar accident happen here?

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