CNBC reported the security company who was guarding a nuclear facility in the United States has been fired after a break in.
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The cost of moving away from nuclear power has already been observed in Germany's industrial sector, but now it is starting to take a toll on low-income consumers.
Even as May 6 marked the first day in 40 years that Japan has been without nuclear power, the inevitable steps to incrementally restarting the nuclear facilities appear evident.
Britain and France confirmed mutual interest in nuclear power commitment, declaring their desire to see a strategic nuclear industry partnership emerge. The countries also expect to cooperate on educational developments and the responsible risk management of potential nuclear emergencies.
Despite the slew of significant events that have impacted uranium prices and resulted in equity market volatility, the 2011 uranium spot price has managed a decline of only 16.8 percent.
World Nuclear News reported Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) signed an agreement with a consortium of Japanese companies to progress the design, construction and operation of its second proposed nuclear power plant.
Mineweb reports demand for nuclear is still high despite the recent Fukushima incident.
ProPublica (Editorial) reports a discussion on nuclear plants handled in U.S. during a major natural disaster.
Forbes.blog(editorial) reports on three glowing uranium stocks.
EarthTechling.com(Editorial) reports on the discussion of alternative energy source: nuclear power.