Georgia’s Future Is Nuclear Energy

The current population of Georgia is approximately 3.90 million people. In December 2018, state utilities used natural gas (36.1%), nuclear…

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BOOK REVIEW – “FUELING AMERICA, An Insider’s Journey”

The following is a book review that was recently posted on “Good Reads” Fueling America: An Insider’s Journey by Jack…

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Minnesota’s New Green Deal

The current population of the state of Minnesota is estimated to be 5.68 million people. In November 2018, state utilities…

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Arizona Abandoning Coal

Arizona’s power plants are fueled by natural gas (31.2%), nuclear energy (27.3%), coal (26.0%) and renewable energy (15.5%). Hydroelectric and…

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Iowa’s Energy Conundrum

In May 2018, MidAmerican Energy Company requested approval to build the Wind XII wind farm from the Iowa Utilities Board…

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Alaska’s Only Nuclear Power Plant to be Decommissioned

The last nuclear power plant in Alaska, the SM-1A in Fort Greely is finally being decommissioned. The US Army Corp…

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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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Future of Nuclear Energy

Eleven percent of the electricity generated in the world today is from nuclear energy. Nuclear energy has less than fifteen…

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