Browns Ferry Annual Safety Meeting
May 21, 2014

Garry spoke and presented to the NRC and TVA
important issues at the
public Browns Ferry Annual Safety Meeting.

Issues included antiquated parts 
and resultant, repeated power supply failures.

Mr. Morgan outlined 25 serious problems identified
in a 2010 Institute for Nuclear Power Operations
(INPO) report on Browns Ferry,
and asked if any of the problems had been fixed.

He pointed out that a later peer-review report on Browns Ferry
by the World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO) in 2013
would verify progress on the issues
reported in the 2010 INPO report, and asked
for access to read the non-profit organization's WANO report.

Public access to these reports, commissioned by TVA
and issued by these two non-profit organizations,
has be denied by TVA on grounds
of potential proprietary information.
We strongly contest this denial of access
and have requested permission
to review the reports
without removing them from the TVA library.
Permission denied.

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