State-controlled EDF, which operates 58 reactors, denied its spent-fuel pools were at risk. (Representational image)
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Earlier this week, Greenpeace published a report which stated that the spent-fuel pools of EDF’s nuclear reactors were highly vulnerable to attacks. The report was written by nuclear experts and delivered to French authorities.
State-controlled EDF, which operates 58 reactors, denied its spent-fuel pools were at risk and said they have been designed to withstand earthquakes and flooding as well as terror attacks.