The Long, Slow Death of the Fast Flux Facility

By John Abbotts | September 1, 2004

The Fast Flux Test Facility was supposed to underpin an ambitious U.S. breeder reactor program. But after the idea of the plutonium economy was abandoned, it became another of Energy’s white elephants.

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