Ukraine's 15 operating nuclear power plants provide half of the nation's electricity. As of Wednesday, six have stopped providing power to its electricity grid.
The EPA is forcing the plans to shut down their coal ash ponds ahead of schedule in an effort to curb toxic wastewater coming from the coal-burning plants.
A new rule requiring coal-fired power plants to remove ash and toxic metals from their wastewater has caused dozens to shut down or switch to natural gas.
NASA and the U.S. Department of Energy's Idaho National Laboratory requested proposals for an initial design for a nuclear fission power plant on the moon.
The conservation alert comes only four months after the state plunged into a freezing blackout that left millions without power in winter storms that killed at least 150 people.
Two sources familiar with the plans told New York Times that changes to rules are expected to roll back limits on "the leaching of dangerous heavy metals like arsenic, lead and mercury."
The malfunction at the Kalinin plant northwest of Moscow is the second incident linked to Russia's nuclear grid in a week.
The state's emergency management administrator said the well field "is as safe as we can get."
The Japanese government mandates a limit of 40 years for nuclear reactors; the Tokai No. 2 has been running since 1978. Today marked the fourth time Japan Atomic Power Co. filed an application with the Nuclear Regulation Authority for an extension.
Cybersecurity lapses have left critical Ukrainian infrastructure like a "powder keg", security researchers have said.
The case arose from the EPA's efforts to regulate pollution.
Energy minister says the problem should be resolved by Friday.
"The power plant is finished," said its director, as the Israeli assault intensified, detroying a Hamas leader's house and killing at least 30 Palestinians