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Research by the Federal Atomic Energy Agency shows that an unknown number of US nuclear power plants contain counterfeit components that could potentially pose a serious safety hazard.

The Department of Energy (DOE) reported more than 2 “accidents” of counterfeit components in reactors last year.

The investigation, conducted by the Office of the Inspector General of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), began after unidentified whistleblowers claimed that “if not all” of nuclear power plants in the United States were “counterfeit, counterfeit and suspicious items” (CFSIs). ) Have used.

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