World Nuclear News reports due to severe Missouri flooding, Fort Calhoun nuclear power plant switched to diesel generators for a time yesterday.
Articles Tagged "nuclear power plant"
The Star reports on the first nuclear plant to begin in Vietnam in 2020.
Officialwire reports on nuclear power and its future in Australia.
Metal Miner(editorial) reports on uranium production and nuclear safety in the Ukraine.
Cnet News reports a discussion on nuclear power. After a period of stagnation, the U.S. nuclear power industry is pushing for another chance–both to build new power plants and to reshape popular opinion. Earlier this week, I took a tour of the Seabrook Station nuclear power plant on the New Hampshire coast, just north of the [...]
The Energy Collective reports on nuclear power and carbon capture technology. Two of the most important implications may be for the development of advanced nuclear power and carbon capture and storage technology. For complete editorial, click here.
Investors.com report on nuclear energy and its promise. As we look to address serious and broad issues — global climate change, the need for increased energy independence and our desire to stimulate the economy to promote lasting security and meaningful job growth — our country is at an energy crossroads. Meanwhile, other countries are building [...]
World Nuclear News reports a joint venture agreement is signed. An agreement came today to create a joint venture for the construction of new nuclear power plants in India by Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL) and National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC), India’s largest power company. For complete news, click here.
Morgan Hill Times reports on a perspective of nuclear power. Now that President Barack Obama has called for the resumption of the construction of commercial nuclear power plants, the following information may answer some questions. The process for producing electricity from a nuclear plant is exactly the same as any fossil plant burning coal, oil [...]
World Nuclear News reports Delegates from 47 countries are attending a three-day workshop on managing the development of a national infrastructure for nuclear power in Vienna. According to the agency, the workshop includes representatives from “almost 35″ member states which are considering or are in the process of launching a nuclear power program, plus representatives [...]