Indian Point siren system declared ready for service

deadline. However, the system, which is intended to alert residents in a 10-mile radius of the plant, still needs approval by FEMA. FEMA is conducting a review, which could take another month and a half to finish. That means Entergy could face another round of fines from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

The old alert system will remain in place pending FEMA?s approval.Related Information Clock ticks on Indian Point siren approval Indian Point sirens make the grade as deadline looms Entergy: Indian Point sirens operational by mid-August Fines levied against Indian Point over siren system

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