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Existing Nuclear Plants are Valuable and Worth Saving

May 19, 2014 by Rod Adams
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Saving Current Nuclear Plants

 

Many currently operating nuclear plants are in danger of being permanently shut down due to temporary conditions including low natural gas prices, improperly designed markets, quotas and mandates, and insufficient recognition of nuclear energy as a near zero emission power source.[read more]

China Nuclear IPO Discussion from WSJ

May 6, 2014 by Rod Adams

China Nuclear Development

The Wall Street Journal has published an article titled China National Nuclear to Raise $2.6 Billion in IPO that describes the plan for a major nuclear power plant owner to go public. China aims to reach 200 gigawatts of nuclear capacity by 2030. But the nation must first overcome a number of hurdles.[read more]

The Great Green Meltdown

Two weeks ago, four of the world’s most respected climate scientists took the extraordinary step of sending an open letter to their long-time friends and colleagues in the environmental movement, urging them to reverse their longstanding opposition to nuclear power.[read more]

Risks to American Nuclear Energy from "Non-Proliferation" Excesses

May 19, 2013 by Rod Adams
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Attempts to impose a policy of not selling to any country that will not agree to permanently forgo domestic nuclear fuel production will lock US-based suppliers out of the most important energy technology in the world.[read more]