Energizing Aging Nuclear Plants

Framatome CEO Tom Christopher explains how retrofitting is allowing utilities to squeeze more wattage from fewer reactors

In March, 1979, leaking coolant at Three Mile Island Reactor Unit 2 in Pennsylvania brought the nuclear power plant within 30 minutes of a catastrophic meltdown. The accident was contained, and only small amounts of radioactive gas escaped from the damaged reactor.

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