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Office of Nuclear Energy
Making nuclear cool again 😎. Advancing new tech to meet future energy goals with clean and reliable nuclear power.💪⚛️
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Office of Nuclear Energy 2h
Could hydrogen help save nuclear? The thermal heat 🌡it produces could open up new markets. ▶️
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Office of Nuclear Energy 7h
NUCLEAR 101: Everything you wanted to know about advanced nuclear in ☝️simple infographic. ▶️
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Office of Nuclear Energy 8h
Fission chips cracks me up every time! 😛😂🙄
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International Atomic Energy Agency 19h
Isn’t it time we talked about nuclear power and climate change? power provides 1/3 of the 🌏’s low carbon energy. That’s like taking 400 million cars off the road EVERY YEAR.
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Take an awkward moment and enjoy our top 5 nuclear dad jokes.
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Office of Nuclear Energy Jun 15
It’s time to get to know . Start here with these fast facts.
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Office of Nuclear Energy Jun 15
9⃣9⃣U.S. reactors operated at full power 💪more than 92% of the time in 2018, making it one of the MOST RELIABLE energy sources on the grid today.
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Office of Nuclear Energy Jun 15
“We think that we can actually make components for that have higher performance and that we can manufacture them cheaper and faster.” -
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Office of Nuclear Energy Jun 14
TOP3⃣: These states get more than half of their electricity from nuclear power! 🎩tip:
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Office of Nuclear Energy Jun 14
Take an awkward moment and enjoy our top ✋nuclear .
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Office of Nuclear Energy Jun 14
Why do you see a blue glow inside of a reactor? explains…
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Office of Nuclear Energy Jun 14
., is working with and to help create the next generation of nuclear power plants. Learn more about our new JUMP program🤸. ▶️
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Office of Nuclear Energy Jun 13
🔥HOT STUFF🔥Go inside one of America's largest hot cells at to see how researchers remotely study and handle highly radioactive materials. ☢ ▶️
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Office of Nuclear Energy Jun 13
We've been scrolling through this for hours!
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Office of Nuclear Energy Jun 13
Gas-cooled reactors operate at very high temperatures (750° Celsius) that can be used to provide electricity or support non-electric applications such as water desalination💧, hydrogen production, and chemical processing. Swipe 👉for advanced nuclear ▶️
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Paul Dabbar Jun 13
Fusion powered space travel! Now that’s another big idea, like quantum and genomics! Courtesy of research by Fusion Sciences, , and Princeton Satellite Systems.
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Office of Nuclear Energy Jun 13
Give 'em a vote y'all. This might be the coolest LEGO set yet! Obviously, we're a little biased 😉
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Office of Nuclear Energy Jun 13
☝️gigawatt of power = output of ☝reactor or....
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Office of Nuclear Energy Jun 12
Why nuclear? "Because it's the clean thing we have." - Grace Meikle,
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Office of Nuclear Energy Jun 12
American developers are currently working on gas and heat pipe-cooled micro-reactors that could debut by the mid-2020s. These designs could be absolute game-changers for the industry.
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