Can Nuclear Plants Be Safer?

By Edwin S. Lyman | September 1, 2008

Nuclear proponents cite new, safer reactor designs to assuage fears about
accidents. Yet safety features may lose out to economics, and new plants could
be little safer than the current fleet.

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