Nuclear Free Future: Fukushima at 5 and the Vermont Yankee Shutdown - What Do They Mean? Arnie Gundersen, Chief Engineer of Fairewinds Energy Education, Provides Insights From His Recent Trip to Japan

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Host Margaret Harrington talks with Arnie Gundersen about the ongoing nuclear man made crisis when there is no sound methodology in place for decommissioning Fukushima Daiitchi or Vermont Yankee or any of the nuclear power plants being decommissioned in the US. A nuclear power plant carcass can sit for 60 or 70 years with ratepayers and tax payers paying for them after the plant owners have been subsidized at the public expense

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