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12 Nuclear Reactors Operating in Japan After Takahama Unit 2 Restart

Japan’s Kansai Electric Power has restarted another reactor at its Takahama nuclear power plant, the 12threactor to be returned to service in that country since the Fukushima disaster in March…


NRC Completes Safety Review for Kairos Nuclear Test Reactor Within 18 Months

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has wrapped up a final safety evaluation for Kairos Power’s 35-MWth Hermes “non-power” demonstration reactor, which the firm has proposed to build at the East Tennessee…


Det-Tronics Drives Innovation in Ultra-High-Speed Flame Detection and Release Systems and Fire Safety for Renewable Energy Facilities

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. – June 15, 2023 — Det-Tronics, a global leader in fire and gas safety systems, has formally announced the launch of the Eagle Quantum Premier® ULTRA-FDRS (Ultra-High-Speed Flame…


Strategies for Operating Safely within Power Construction Zones

[caption id="attachment_195610" align="aligncenter" width="720"] Courtesy: AWP Safety[/caption] Temporary work zones are often required when constructing or rehabilitating power generation facilities and infrastructure. Safety is the essential factor in any industrial…


A Long Time Coming: Rawhide Unit 1 Is Coal Users' Group Plant of the Year

[caption id="attachment_191899" align="aligncenter" width="650"] Courtesy: Platte River Power Authority (Platte River)[/caption] After years of upgrade and retrofit projects, and a keen focus on safety and continuous improvement, the Coal Users’…