New York Sustainable Energy Summit. Alliance for a Green Economy is organizing a meeting of NYS environmental and energy leaders with the goal of beginning to develop a common vision for a NYS sustainable energy policy. Read More.
AGREE to NRC: Protection Delayed is Protection Denied. Read AGREE's testimony challenging the continued operation of Nine Mile Point and FitzPatrick based on dangerous design flaws. Read More.
Escalating Safety and Reliability Problems at FitzPatrick reactor. AGREE calls on NRC to require Entergy to replace its failing condenser and investigate whether financial losses at the plant are causing management to put off important maintenance. Read more.
AGREE has teamed up with nuclear watchdogs in three states in an action against Entergy, the corporate owner of FitzPatrick, Vermont Yankee and Pigrim. Entergy's financial problems must not become nuclear safety problems. Read all about it.
AGREE Tells the NRC to Stop Creating Nuclear Waste. Radioactive nuclear waste piling up at atomic reactors is an intractable problem. The first step to dealing with it is to stop creating waste!. Read AGREE's public comments to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Central New York's Nukes Are Poor Performers. In the last four months, Nine Mile Point Unit 1 has had three emergency shutdowns, SIX TIMES the industry average for the whole year of 2011. FitzPatrick has had two emergency shutdowns in the same time period, still well above the industry average of less .45 per year reported in 2011 by the NRC's annual Industry Trends Report. Read More.
Victory! Well, sort of. We won a partial victory at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission in our petition to shut down the FitzPatrick nuclear reactor near Oswego, New York. See our press release here.
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