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AS ANTI- NUCLEAR protests rage in Kudankulam over safety of the power plant there, a new study has listed two reactors of the Madras Atomic Power Station ( MAPS) among civilian nuclear sites vulnerable to tsunamis.
It is located adjacent to Madras Atomic Power Station (MAPS) and uses low pressure steam as energy input for MSF desalination plant.
1956: Calder Hall, in Cumbria, the world''s first large-scale atomic power station, began generating.
STOCKHOLM, Sha'ban 1, 1433, Jun 21, 2012, SPA -- Sweden has raised the security level at its nuclear power plants after explosives were found on a truck at the southwestern Ringhals atomic power station, AP reported.
Environmental group Greenpeace said Monday it had exposed the "vulnerability" of French nuclear sites after its activists broke into an atomic power station near Paris before being arrested.
The Times of India, quoting the director of the Kakrapur Atomic Power Station in eastern Gujarat state, said the labourers were working on a spent fuel duct when radioactive material was accidentally released into it.
Kenichi Doshita, 56, won back a seat in the 16-member assembly of Shika, Ishikawa Prefecture at the head of a field of 18 after campaigning against the atomic power station in the city.
Russian nuclear agency chief Sergei Kiriyenko and Venezuelan Foreign Minister Nicolas Maduro signed a deal on "the construction and use of an atomic power station on the territory of Venezuela" after the talks.