PITTSBURGH--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Westinghouse Electric Company LLC ha acquistato da U.S. Technologies Inc. la linea di prodotti Multibus I per garantire la continuità dei servizi alle 41 unità operative in 25 centri in tutto il mondo che si affidano a EAGLE, EAGLE 21 e ad altri sistemi di sicurezza Multibus I, essenziali per le attività sicure negli impianti. “Westinghouse ora riuscirà ad assistere direttamente le centrali nucleari nel mantenimento dei sistemi di sicurezza utilizzando la linea di p
Thousands of people took to the streets in Taiwan on Saturday to call for the island to scrap its use of nuclear energy and to voice opposition to controversial plans to ship nuclear waste abroad, organisers said. Duration: 00:37
Should Nevada be a dumping site for the nation's nuclear waste? It's a question that has been asked many times before but now may be the time for real re-consideration. News 3's Gerard Ramalho joins is in downtown Las Vegas with a report.
The Cook Nuclear Plant in Southwestern Michigan is bringing in more than 2,500 contractors. They'll be working alongside the plant's 1,200 regular employees during an outage for maintenance and refueling.
CASTLE HAYNE, NC (WWAY) -- GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy dedicated its new reactor under-vessel training area Monday. They say it's a state-of-the-art, full-size replica of the operating area underneath a boiling water nuclear reactor.
Officials say the training area has multiple work locations to better simulate real world scenarios. They say the area also includes piped water in order to replicate conditions that workers encounter in the field.
Engineer Chad Lewis has been working at GE Hitachi for 20 years.
"They did have mock-ups but nothing to...
The Department of Energy is conducting dry runs right now to start shipping nuclear waste from the federal lab in Tennessee. The waste will end up at the Nevada test site northwest of Las Vegas, but not before trucks carrying it will trek through our hometown.
Leading minds from across the field of nuclear manufacturing converged on Pocatello this week to share ideas and advance the industry. And the keynote speaker was no stranger to everything nuclear power means to the state.