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An expert 카지노 게임panel comprising four retired officers, three nuclear experts and seven academics will review the risk of a catastrophic accident by the end of the decade as the nuclear industry prepares for the launch of construction of the new nuclear power plants in France.
The panel is set to hear from nuclear experts from the French nuclear industry, scientists at the French Polynesian Society of Canada, scientists at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, industry experts from France, Spain and the United States.
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One member is Dr. Patrick Naughton, an associate director at Argonne National Laboratory, a U.S. university based in Argonne, Ill. The panel members are Dr. James A. Whelan, an Assistant Secretary of Defense for nuclear security who is in charge of the International Security Department; and Dr. Charles E. Pellerini, director of the U.S. Nuclear Command at the Pentagon.
Among the experts selected as part of the panel are: former Chief Science Officer of the United States for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Dr. David Pickert; former Under Secretary of Energy for Arms Control and International Security Dr. Kenneth Crippen; senior manager of nuclear risk and economic risks at the General Dynamics and Northrop Grumman nuclear industries in France; Dr. Roger J. Murnane, director of nuclear risk analysis at Stanford University; and Dr. Peter A. Seltzer, director of nuclear policy analysis at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
The nuclear experts will report on how to best ma창원출장안마nage the risk of a catastrophic accident and will also address the future outlook and the role of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
The panel will prepare its report on October 12 to present to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission for its consideration in April.
Nuclear accidents occur all over the world but rarely are they fatal.
Dr. Patrick Naughton, one of the panel’s members, said in a phone interview on Friday that he is confident that the panel would be able to reach the consensus needed to recommend that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission increase requirements for reactor safety.
The panel will also study how best to prevent nuclear power from becoming “a source of dangerous climate pollutants,” Dr. Naughton said.
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The commission began investigating how to reduce the risk of nuclear accidents, he said