NRC: 28 US nuclear reactors still need Y2K fix

To help you sleep better at night, a US regulatory body reveals that not all the US' nuke plants are year-2000 safe.

The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission said Tuesday that 28 nuclear power reactors need to upgrade their computers to avoid possible year 2000 computer problems, though none of the work still to be done involves computer safety systems.

The commission said 75 of the nation's 103 operating nuclear power reactors were completely year-2000 compliant and it believed there would not be any problems with the remaining facilities becoming compliant before year-end.

Take me to the Year 2000 Special.

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