SPEAK UP: Is it safe for Indian Point to continue operating? YESTERDAY'S RESULTS: Did you buy anyone flowers for Mother's Day? 34 YES, 73 NO

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  • Martin H - 5 years ago

    Because there was an accident NEAR a nuclear facility some would want that plant to close. Let's expand the question: if oil tanker railroad cars go off the tracks and explode and do horrendous damage should we then close all oil-fired energy producing plants too?

  • Parfly McNattleton - 5 years ago

    I think the people of the united states needed to embrace nuclear power as it's cheap and delicious form of electricity. Forgive me English not a native language...

  • Colleen - 5 years ago

    I feel it's high-time that NYS starts moving towards solar, wind, and geothermal sources of energy - regardless of accidents at the plant. It's there, it's possible, we just have to put together the technology (which, again, we do have - and will only improve with time). Eventually: Indian Point will not be our main source. It doesn't have to be.

  • Tom Nastasi sr. - 5 years ago

    The transformer was off site and had zero impact on the operations with the plant. If Indian point closes Westchester and NYC would have to tap into a power grid. Not very dependable way for power . If a small grid goes down it browses from another grid and so on and so on. End game , many power outages.

  • Bruce - 5 years ago

    This is just another example of the stupid questions asked in this speak up topic. How would I possibly have any expertise on the topic of Indian Point's safety. All this question will yield is a subscriber's position on nuclear energy. Please start asking intelligent questions or clear the space for something worthwhile.

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