Photos & Videos: Bataan Nuclear Power Plant on its 29th year #BNPP

Former House Representative Mark Cojuangco brought social media users and media to the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant (BNPP) to celebrate the 29th year when the hot function test was completed on May 28, 1984.

I will be writing more on the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant and feature objections.

Here is a video playlist on the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant tour on its 29th anniversary if you want to view the videos I took as Mark Cojuangco toured us at BNPP.

Individual Videos:

Fukushima vs Bataan Nuclear Power Plant

If there is contamination in the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant

Materials used at the Bataan Nuclear Plant


Bataan Nuclear Power Plant if operational
and on redundancy of safety


Westinghouse materials used at Bataan Nuclear Power plant

Containment in the Bataan Nuclear Power plant


Bataan Nuclear Power plant generated power

How electricity is generated at the Bataan Nuclear Power Plant

Completion of Hot function test at BNPP on May 28, 1984

Bataan Nuclear Power Plant & Prophets of Doom

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