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24 de Febrero de 2010

En una votación histórica, Vermont decide cerrar su único reactor nuclear


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La industria de la energía nuclear —y los planes del presidente Obama de financiar su expansión— se enfrentan a un importante revés hoy, ya que se prevé que el Senado del estado de Vermont vote a favor de cerrar la central Vermont Yankee, un reactor nuclear con una larga historia de fugas. Hablamos con el ingeniero nuclear y ex ejecutivo de la industria Arnie Gundersen, que fue el primero en hacer sonar la alarma sobre la central Vermont Yankee.

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