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Totals 2000-2005

Material to be added, in other words, area under construction don’t mind the mess. Report any omissions to Dr. Gonzo via email.

Note: 2006 is excluded because of the partial year passed status.

FYI: U.S. Nuclear Facilities

104 U.S. nuclear power reactors
65 U.S. nuclear power sites
36 U.S. research and test reactors
9 Major U.S. fuel cycle facilities
16 U.S. Uranium milling facilities (all but 1 undergoing decommissioning)
17 U.S. nuclear sites undergoing decommissioning.
20 U.S. nuclear power reactors undergoing decommissioning
14 U.S. research and test reactors undergoing decommissioning
37 U.S. Complex materials sites undergoing decommissioning
3 U.S. Fuel cycle facilities undergoing decommissioning

(Source: nrc.gov)

Totals: 2000-2005

Unusual events: 153
Alerts: 23
Average: 25.5 Unu/year; 3.83 Alerts/year

Plant Breakdown: 2000-2005

Unusual events (UNU)

Plants with one UNU (2000-05)

Braidwood
Columbia
Humboldt Bay (decommissioned)
Haddam Neck (decommissioned)
LaCrosse (decommissioned)
LaSalle
Vermont Yankee
Limerick
Three Mile Island
Calvert Cliffs
Watt’s Bar
Arkansas Nuclear
Point Beach
WSU Reactor
Maine Yankee (decommissioned)
Prairie Island
U of MO-Columbia
San Onofre
Zion
Harris
Pilgrim

Plants with two UNU (2000-05)

Kewaunee
Farley
Summer
Fitzpatrick
Hope Creek
Fermi
Robinson
Texas A&M
Oconee
Dresden
Quad Cities
Palo Verde
Ginna
Cooper
Ft. Calhoun
Peach Bottom
Sequoyah
Davis Beese
Yankee Rowe (decommissioned)

Plants with three UNU (2000-05)

Waterford
Oyster Creek
Palisades
Perry
D.C. Cook
Indian Point
Salem
Beaver Valley
McGuire

Plants with four UNU (2000-05)

Hatch
Millstone
Surry
North Anna
Crystal River
Seabrook

Plants with five UNU (2000-05)

Susquehanna
Nine Mile Point

Plants with five or more UNU (2000-05)

Turkey Point
St. Lucie
Brunswick

Alerts (AL)

Plants with one AL (2000-05)

Waterford
Oyster Creek
Millstone
Fermi
Perry
Dresden
Quad Cities
Peach Bottom
Sequoyah
Indian Point

Plants with two AL (2000-05)

Farley
Palisades
D.C. Cook

Plants with no events requiring nuclear emergency classification

Brown’s Ferry
Byron
Callaway
Catawba
Clinton
Comanche Peak
Duane Arnold
Grand Gulf
Monticello
River Bend
South Texas
Vogtle
Wolf Creek

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