Shut Pilgrim NOW Speakout

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Update 11/04/15: On October 22nd, 2015, numerous activists, politicians and concerned citizens rallied at the Massachusetts State House for the immediate closure of the Pilgrim nuclear power plant in Plymouth, MA. Video of the event speakers’ segments can be seen here, courtesy of Michael Passarini:

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Update: While Entergy Corporation has recently announced it will ‘shut down’ the Pilgrim nuclear reactor in 2019, the real narrative is that Entergy will continue to operate the dangerous and degraded Pilgrim nuclear reactor for profit for four more years.Continue reading...

Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant In Massachusetts May Close Down

By James Ayre, Clean Technica

Owing to a probable lack of funds for necessary repairs and safety improvements, the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station will possibly be shut down at some point in the near future, according to the officials involved.

The multimillion dollar safety improvements and repairs in question are federally required actions if the project is to remain open — following the recent downgrading of the facility’s safety rating by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.… Continue reading...

Pilgrim on Newton’s November Ballot

Brochure – Why is Pilgrim so especially dangerous and unneeded? (PDF)

Newton Ballot Question (PDF)

The quickly deteriorating conditions at the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station in Plymouth, MA  will now show up on Newton’s November ballot. There will be a non-binding ballot question as to whether Governor Baker should instruct the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to revoke Pilgrim’s operating license because the safety of the public cannot be assured.… Continue reading...

Pilgrim nuclear plant says it may shut down

Officials considering improvement costs

By David Abel, Globe Staff

Officials at the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station are considering whether they can afford the multimillion-dollar safety improvements and other reforms required by federal officials. If not, they say, they might close the plant.… Continue reading...