North Carolina’s Energy Future Is Green

The current population of the state of North Carolina is approximately 10.50 million people. In May 2019, state utilities used…

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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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Global Energy Trends

A recent report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance estimates the world will invest US $11.5 trillion into electricity generation over…

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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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America’s Nuclear Energy’s Future

After World War II, most scientists thought nuclear power would become the energy of the future. In 1945, the book…

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US Energy Trends, Today

The podcast on US Energy Trends, Today was recorded on April 23, 2018 at a local television station. I hope you…

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