A long-anticipated lawsuit announced yesterday by Entergy, which owns the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant, contests the role the state says it has in determining
the plant’s future. VPR’s John Dillon talks with VPR’s Jane Lindholm about the legal issues at stake, and the
practical implications for Vermont Yankee while the case works its way
We discuss the ubiquity of cameras in public spaces, and the social and legal limits of being photographed in public. Also, what a New York regulatory decision means for Entergy’s plan to spin off the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant.
Entergy Senior Vice President Jay Thayer and House Natural Resources chairman Tony Klein discuss the decommissioning of Vermont Yankee and the efforts to have the plant re-licensed for another 20 years.
A federal review panel says Entergy Vermont Yankee should not be allowed to operate after 2012 unless it conducts a more detailed analysis of aging metal components; community groups and restaurants already have begun to serve meals of turkey and all the trimmings;