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Dan Gardner Jun 21
"One in three Canadians thinks nuclear power emits as much carbon dioxide as burning oil. Almost three in 10 think it emits more." That's the opening, which I've now spoiled, to a new column of mine at .
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Scott Stapf Jun 25
Salt Lake City Tribune editorial: "Even in our carbon-conscious era ... the uranium game is still for gamblers. And the odds look worse in a region now known more for its splendor than its isotopes. Fool us twice? Shame on us."
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Paul Dorfman Jun 25
Reports of cracks appearing in the foundations of Turkey’s first power plant, under construction in a quake-prone area via
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Doug Parr Jun 24
EDF reportedly asking UK Govt for major cost over-runs at their new reactors to be paid for by taxpayers As a reminder, their new reactor being built in Flamanville was supposed to be €3.3bn, now expected to be €10.5bn
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Scott Stapf Jun 23
"Every () decommissioning project so far has been a financial failure. Of the 10 plants to undergo decommissioning, most blew past original cost estimates, sometimes by a factor of two ..."
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Paul Dorfman Jun 25
Americans are paying more than ever to store deadly waste via
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Alexandre Krauss Jun 21
To the many watching on HBO, just a reminder of the consequences (still going) of one among many accidents that took place within the . ☢️
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Paul Dorfman Jun 24
The reason doesn't have power: the workers fought back | Jeff Sparrow
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Tara Connolly Jun 22
Every time. is risky, expensive, far too big for the Irish grid and takes far too long to build to help decarbonise Ireland's energy sector. It is also hugely inefficient (read: expensive and technically difficult) to pair it with renewables.
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The Climate Advisor Jun 25
“The cost of renewable technologies such as offshore has fallen dramatically…The challenge of financing new is one of falling costs and greater abundance of alternative technologies, which means that is being outcompeted.”
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soraya Jun 25
Shah of Iran as poster boy for nuclear energy. Now US thinks Iran should not have nuclear energy!
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Reinhard Uhrig Jun 25
Story of new in few charts: +233% cost, +200% time to build
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Tim Peacock Jun 21
After German High Seas Fleet was scuttled in Scapa Flow 1919. testing later contaminated world steel with radionuclides, so these sunk ships are a source of low-background radiation metal, used in devices from medical sensors to Geiger counters.
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CanAlaska Uranium 11h
The pros and cons of small modular reactors and where we could see them generating power
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Skyharbour Resources 11h
'It's the future': How going small may fuel nuclear power's comeback
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ImButcher 56m
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Christina Macpherson Jun 21
French energy group EDF reviews costs of delayed project NO
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Willett Kempton Jun 21
Largest US award! takes 1100 MW, the capacity of a power complex, from . To build 2020-2024. Same capacity as a large nuclear unit, but built in 4 years, not 10. The 2nd ~1 GW in US after MA. next, in days
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Office of Nuclear Energy 12h
FACT: U.S. reactors operated at full power 💪more than 92% of the time in 2018, making one of the MOST reliable energy sources on the grid.
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Oden Jun 25
says it will never build a weapon
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