The Whistleblower: Arnold Gundersen of Goshen

The Whistleblower: Arnold Gundersen of Goshen

Reprinted from The Litchfield County Times, Connecticut, December 10, 1999- Ten years ago, Arnold Gundersen of Goshen was a senior vice president with Danbury-based Nuclear Energy Services, a card-carrying member of the nuclear industry. Since then, he has become a dedicated whistleblower, taking on the industry that once supplied him in his family with a comfortable lifestyle and a bright future.

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NRC Strips Whistleblower Protections

NRC Strips Whistleblower Protections

In sworn testimony in Monroe, Michigan, the NRC admitted that it has stripped whistleblower protection from the licensing of new nuclear power plants.  By flip-flopping on what it means to be an applicant, the whistleblowers who are truly looking to protect the public health and safety are having their lives and livelihoods jeopardized. Fairewinds Chief Engineer Arnie Gundersen discusses what this means as utilities look for short cuts and cheaper ways to build new nukes.

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Nuclear Power: Everything But The Kitchen Sink…

Nuclear Power: Everything But The Kitchen Sink…

All Things Political host Steve Leal interviews chief engineer Arnie Gundersen of Fairewinds Energy Education and financial analyst Russell Lowe. The show discusses the recently released Fukushima Nuclear Accident Independent Investigation Commission report; the San Onofre steam generator modifications and ensuing complications in California; loan guarantees for the nuclear industry; radiation concerns worldwide; whistleblowers and domestic nuclear issues; and a future with energy alternatives.

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Gundersen: Nuclear Power Insider Blows the Whistle

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Kim Greenhouse from It's Rainmaking Time does an extensive interview that ushers in Arnie’s journey as he blows the whistle on his employer, the state and mentality of the nuclear industry, how regulation really works, an honest look at Fukushima (including the report issued by French nuclear industry mainstay Areva), facts about plutonium, nuclear power plant construction, and issues surrounding containment.