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In a historic decision for our clean energy future, the Vermont State Senate has voted to retire the Vermont Yankee Nuclear plant, which is owned by the Louisiana-based corporation Entergy. Despite Entergy's efforts to renew the license for the 40-year-old reactor, the Vermont Senate voted to shut down the nuclear plant as scheduled in 2012. The final vote was 26-4.
A host of problems have plagued the Vermont nuclear plant, from missing fuel rods to the collapse of cooling towers to the uncontrolled and unmonitored release of radiation into the groundwater. This historic vote may be followed by a vote in the Vermont House of Representatives.
A host of problems have plagued the Vermont nuclear plant, from missing fuel rods to the collapse of cooling towers to the uncontrolled and unmonitored releases of radiation into the groundwater. On Monday, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) acknowledged yet another radioactive leak from the reactor in 2005. The NRC is currently investigating allegations by Vermont Yankee employees about radioactive leaks from underground piping.
Despite President Obama's announcement last week of $8.3 billion dollars in loan guarantees to build the first new nuclear plant in thirty years, the illusion of a nuclear renaissance is going to suffer a setback with the vote in Vermont.
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