Indian Point considered 'top priority' by Nuclear Regulatory Commission for earthquake preparation

The power plant has three years to report

The power plant has three years to report back to the NRC with its findings. (May 9, 2014 8:25 PM)

A new list released by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has ranked Indian Point as a "top priority" for earthquake preparation.

The NRC wants Indian Point to undergo more research to determine the plant's risk level in the event of an earthquake. The plant is one of 60 that has three years to report back with its findings.

Riverkeeper, a local environmentalist group, says the deadline...

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