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Entergy Nuclear: Indian Point Plant Will Stay Open In The Event Of A Lockout Or StrikeEntergy spokesman Jerry Nappi said the plant will operate even if a lockout or strike occurs.
Environmental Groups Give Indian Point Failing Marks On Host Of Safety IssuesThe report card results were announced one day after it was learned that one of Indian Point's reactors will become the first and only nuclear reactor in the country operating without a license.
Indian Point To Become First Nuclear Plant To Operate With Expired LicenseIndian Point 2's 40-year license expires on Sept. 28. Officials said the reactor can keep operating because Entergy Nuclear, its owner, filed for renewal more than five years before the expiration date.
Report: Indian Point's Continued Operation Would Have Minimal Impact On Protected FishThe federal fisheries service report said the continued operation of two nuclear plants in the New York City suburbs would kill hundreds of fish in two protected species, but it would not come close to wiping them out.
Report: More Blackouts If Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant Is ShutteredA draft report said that closing Indian Point would degrade New York's electric grid. Gov. Cuomo opposes the new licenses for Entergy, calling the plant unsafe.
Indian Point Nuke Plant Back In Service After Day OfflineEntergy Nuclear says the Indian Point 3 reactor was put back into service Thursday afternoon.
NRC Denies Most Exemptions Sought For Indian Point Nuclear ReactorsState Attorney General Eric Schneiderman called the rulings "a major victory for the safety of millions of New Yorkers."
Debate Surrounding Indian Point Nuclear Plant Continues To Rage In New YorkThe two reactors in Buchanan, 35 miles up the Hudson River from midtown Manhattan, provide about a quarter of the power used in New York City and Westchester County.
No Power From Indian Point Plant After Leak, ShutdownThe Indian Point nuclear power station was entirely off the grid Friday after a non-radioactive leak forced operators to close the only reactor that was running.