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International Atomic Energy Agency Sep 12
Exploring space with energy. * . • 🌙 • . * 🌏 * 🛰️ • • 🚀 * . 🌞 *
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Paula Slier 17h
: During our intv for , PM expressed thoughts that the 3 major world powers — the , & — need to unite to help resolve the issue in and prevent it becoming a war between & . Do you agree?
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Jan Jekielek Sep 13
Could be a green energy? Mark Schneider, President of Gen IV Nuclear, breaks down why he believes nuclear energy is much cleaner and safer than you might think. on American Thought Leaders 🇺🇸 at 's
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Dr Thomas Hillig ⚡️ #EnergyTransition @ THEnergy Sep 13
I could not agree less - ! 1. is not flexible & thus does not fit at all to 2. Make nuclear operators insure their power plants - then their power would become even more expensive than it is from new built nuclear power plants 3. Nuclear waste...
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Jennifer Wilson 6m
“So we need to invest in resilience & make sure our investments are resilient – to climate change” Yet UK govt have contrived RAB to fund EDF C Means bill payers pay upfront & taxpayers take risk for SZC in floodzone3
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Aries Loumis🌎⚛️🏳️‍🌈 Sep 12
there goes another person who blocked me for holding the opinion that we should be using energy to fight climate change where full-scale energy isn’t viable. :( Makes me sad, that we have to be polarized on opinions like this to but I don’t blame/forgive them.
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Sonal Patel Sep 11
Funded by the DOE, the demonstrations will take place at FES’ Davis-Besse plant, APS’s Palo Verde plant, and an Xcel plant in Minnesota. The projects aim to improve long-term competitiveness of the sector.
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International Atomic Energy Agency Sep 9
Finland will be home to the first-ever deep geological repository for spent fuel. Other countries such as Canada, France, Sweden, and Switzerland are also making progress on facilities:
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Scott Stapf Sep 11
Since the debacle, Tepco has collected 1.1 million tons of contaminated water in 900 tanks stored on the plant's grounds. It has enough space to house an additional 270,000 tons of water, which means it would run out sometime in 2020.
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Steve Skutnik Sep 4
Shorter E. Warren: "I have a plan for this! And this! And this! All the plans!" Audience: "So, what about power?" Warren: "But what is our plan for the waste?!" Every nuclear engineer: "Here's a plan. Please let us help." Warren: "Whelp, this is an unsolvable problem!"
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Scott Stapf Sep 8
No more room for Belgium's waste: This what it looks like when you use a technology that produces long-term toxic waste ... and you have no long-term solution for storing it.
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Nuclear Matters Sep 5
How much of America’s carbon-free electricity does energy provide?
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Mark Z. Jacobson Sep 8
By the way, that $7.6 billion subsidy for New York over 12 years amounts to 3.8 cents/kWh. In other words, the cost of the subsidy alone exceeds the average unsubsidized cost of wind in the U.S (3.5 cents/kWh) or subsidized cost (2 cents/kWh)
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EIA Sep 12
In recent decades, the U.S. power grid’s fuel mix has shifted from mostly to a more diverse selection of fuels including , power, and .
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Bjorn Hojgaard 22h
Renewables produce cheap energy WHEN there’s wind/sun. But getting this energy to where it’s needed when it’s needed negates the low cost and locks in quick ramping coal/gas. RE guarantees that we’ll NOT wean off fossil fuels. is the only sensible solution.
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Dan K. Eberhart Sep 5
Democrats demonstrated last night how unserious they are about climate. How can they claim a crisis one second & declare dead the next? It’s nonsensical. The reason they want a is for the revenue it will generate that they can use to pay off their supporters.
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Tom Z. Collina Sep 11
Great read by : "Over the next decade, the United States will spend nearly $100,000 per minute on its forces— that could otherwise be spent on infrastructure, health care, education, and fighting climate change." via
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World Nuclear News Sep 13
The European Commission must acknowledge the "critical role" that nuclear energy has to play under its sustainable finance initiative, European trade body said yesterday
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Jeff Comeau 7h
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rajwalia 16h
Time to Strip of all its "Pakistan is the most dangerous country because of the level of radicalization of its society and its nuclear weapons." ~Former US defense secretary James Mattis
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