To the dismay even of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and other notoriously docile agencies, undetected boric acid ate nearly all the way through a reactor pressure vessel and threatened a massive meltdown/explosion that could have irradiated the entire north coast and the Great Lakes.
FE’s nuke at Perry, east of Cleveland, was the first in the US to be substantially damaged by an earthquake.
Should that federal insurance be removed, the reactors would shut soon thereafter since for the last 57 years, no private insurers have stepped forward to write a policy on these reactors.
A major accident grows more likely with each hour of operation.
Small wonder the nuclear industry has been shielded since 1957 by the Price-Anderson Act, which limits corporate liability in any reactor disaster to less than billion, a drop in the bucket compared to what has already happened at Chernobyl and Fukushima, and could happen here.
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But such pitfalls have been common throughout the history of energy startups, including all aspects of the fossil/nuke industry.