No Change In Nuclear Policy US

2011-03-15T12:59:01Z

The Obama administration has ruled out making any change in its policy with regard to atomic power plants

The Obama administration has ruled out making any change in its policy with regard to atomic power plants or put a moratorium on new constructions in view of Japanese experience wherein several nuclear power plants have been damaged in the massive earthquake that hit the country last week.
In view of the Japanese experience, Deputy Energy Secretary Dan Poneman said the US is going to continue to make sure that each and every one of nuclear reactors in the US those sources is as safe as is humanly possible.

"We will continue to take all learning into account as we proceed from episodes that happened, from hypothetical that we might be able to come up with. It's a matter of our continuous approach to our own development of our energy resources to make sure that they?re done continuously and safely.



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