Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Webinar: June 26th. U.S. Nuclear Industry A Year After Fukushima


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Don't miss the latest complimentary webinar in The Council of State Governments' Policy Webinar Series -- "The U.S. Nuclear Industry A Year After Fukushima," which will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. EDT Tuesday, June 26.

The events at Japan's nuclear power reactors following the earthquake and subsequent tsunami have important implications for the U.S. nuclear energy industry and state policymakers. Experts from the Nuclear Energy InstituteJoe Pollock, executive director of Fukushima coordination, and Marshall Cohen, senior director, state and local government affairs, will update state policymakers on the steps the U.S. nuclear energy industry is taking to ensure that U.S. reactors could respond to events that may challenge safe operation. They also will provide an outlook on nuclear power, discuss the current status of nuclear-related policies in the U.S. and provide an update on the status of moving nuclear waste to volunteer storage sites.

  

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