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Tuesday
May022017

Brexit Could Nuke Britain’s Nuclear Energy Industry

 

UK. lawmakers warned Tuesday the country’s nuclear energy industry could go belly-up because of Brexit, adding a new radioactive layer to London’s complex breakup with the European Union.

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Wednesday
Apr192017

As the industry struggles, is it 'time to recognize the nuclear show’s over'?

There was a time when nuclear power was considered to be the bulwark of America's energy future.Now the titan appears to be teetering.

Westinghouse Electric Co. — long considered the leader in nuclear power development — filed for bankruptcy protection in late March.

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Monday
Apr102017

Why is India investing in nuclear energy when the whole world is experiencing a nuclear meltdown?

 

The global nuclear industry is going through a virtual meltdown on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, according to PTI.

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Monday
Apr032017

Judd Gregg: Nuclear power presents opportunity for Trump

When opportunity comes knocking, you would presume that President Trump would move quickly to take it. This is a man who clearly relishes taking advantage of opportunities.

Well, nuclear power has a pretty loud knock.

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Wednesday
Mar292017

Hinkley Point C gets go-ahead for construction

The UK's Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) has granted its first consent for the start of construction of a nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point C. The consent covers the placement of the structural concrete for the first nuclear safety-related structure at the site. It does not give consent for all elements of construction.

Under a deal agreed in October 2015, China General Nuclear (CGN) will take a 33.5% stake in EDF Energy's £18 billion ($28 billion) project to construct Hinkley Point C,

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Wednesday
Mar292017

Westinghouse Files for Bankruptcy, in Blow to Nuclear Power

Westinghouse Electric Company, which helped drive the development of nuclear energy and the electric grid itself, filed for bankruptcy protection on Wednesday, casting a shadow over the global nuclear industry.

The filing comes as the company’s corporate parent, Toshiba of Japan, scrambles to stanch huge losses stemming from Westinghouse’s troubled nuclear construction projects in the American South.

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Tuesday
Mar282017

Nuclear power is dying. Can radical innovation save it?

 

Among experts who study energy policy, there’s remarkably widespread agreement that tackling climate change would be much, much easier if we could quickly and cheaply build lots of new nuclear power plants. It’s not always a popular argument, but it’s a compelling one on its face.

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Wednesday
Mar222017

In defense of nuclear power and Diablo Canyon 

The California political hierarchy sees supporting Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant and nuclear power as a political risk. They are in denial that getting rid of nuclear power could be a liability not only for the environment but for their political careers. These points of view are based on a lack of understanding and truth.

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Thursday
Mar162017

Rick Rule on Uranium: Early Means Wrong, Unless...

You have a 5-stock portfolio where the worst company goes 22:1

In an exclusive Q&A session for Sprott Private Wealth clients, Rick Rule shared his thoughts on the uranium market and explained why speculators shouldn't worry too much about being early.

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Tuesday
Mar142017

U.S. Nuclear Energy: Transform or Become Irrelevant


Ramanan Krishnamoorti, Chief Energy Officer, Interim Vice Chancellor for Research & Technology Transfer, Interim Vice President for Research & Technology Transfer and S. Radhakrishnan, Managing Director, UH Energy

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