Georgia’s Uncertain Nuclear Future

Vogtle Unit 1, the first nuclear power plant in Georgia began operation in 1987. Two years later, Vogtle Unit 2…

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Another US Nuclear Power Plant Is Closing

NextEra Energy has announced plans to close the Duane Arnold Energy Center (DAEC), five years ahead of schedule. DAEC is…

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Another Nuclear Power Plant Closing

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission has announced plans to shut down the Oyster Creek nuclear power plant in New Jersey.…

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China’s Growing Nuclear Power Plants

Westinghouse Electric Company has completed the construction of the Haiyang Unit 1 nuclear power plant in Haiyang, the People’s Republic…

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South Korea’s New Energy Policy

Moon Jae-in was elected as the President of the Republic of Korea (South Korea) on May 10, 2017. President Moon…

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Oldest US Nuclear Plant Closing

Exelon Generation Company has filed a plan to close the Oyster Creek nuclear power plant with the United States Nuclear…

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New Jersey Bails Out Nuclear Industry

The state of New Jersey has approximately nine million people, 11th most populated state in the United States. New Jersey…

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Twilight Of Nuclear Power

The Idaho National Laboratory plans to provide guided tours of the first nuclear reactor to produce utility scale electricity. The…

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United Kingdom – Wind Overtakes Nuclear

Wind now provides more electricity than nuclear power in the United Kingdom (UK). This is the first time that offshore…

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High Cost of Nuclear Power

Nuclear power provides approximately 20% of the United States electrical power. Nuclear power plants don’t emit greenhouse gases, unlike power…

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