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Spotlight: Nuclear Industry Works Together to Support Japan
While the media focus of the March 11 Japanese earthquake and events at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear energy facility has subsided, there are still dedicated and highly-skilled teams working at the site for the best possible outcome. AREVA has been an active and engaged party helping to mitigate the...
Thu, Aug 25 2011
SPOTLIGHT: U.S. Nuclear Safety is as Nuclear Safety Does
Being defined by one’s actions instead of just words can be a daunting reality, but modern nuclear reactor facilities and designs unabashedly confirm the U.S. nuclear industry’s commitment and culture focused on safety. This commitment created an astounding statistic: From the day President Eisenhower...
Wed, Aug 17 2011
Spotlight: New Nuclear Projects Can Help Administration’s Job-Creation Efforts
As the Obama Administration looks to help jumpstart job creation across the United States, it should look no farther than the nuclear energy sector. Nuclear energy already plays an important role in the U.S. economy, producing 20 percent of the nation’s electricity and employing some 120,000 hardworking...
Thu, Aug 11 2011
Spotlight: The Eponymous Blog – A Look at Solar
By Katherine Berezowskyj Now that last week’s scorching summer heat has subsided, Americans might be little less “hot headed” about a discussion on the benefits of the sun’s rays. Yes, that’s right. The same sunshine that caused you to sweat profusely at the thought of getting into your car and kept...
Wed, Jul 27 2011
Spotlight: Germany’s nuclear exit will mean burning more fossil fuels
by Jarrett Adams As Germany begins its trek toward shutting down its nuclear plants by 2022, it has to answer several questions about what effect this will have on the nation’s energy and environmental outlook. Some opponents to nuclear energy have stated that Germany’s plants, which until recently produced...
Fri, Jul 22 2011
Spotlight: What makes nuclear energy low-carbon?
As politicians, the media, and everyday Americans continue the debate regarding our future energy sources, we believe that claims should be backed by clear science, reason and logic. One often disputed argument is how one can consider nuclear energy a low carbon source. Building nuclear power plants...
Wed, Jul 13 2011
SPOTLIGHT: Tracking U.S. Nuclear Safety Improvements
Progress can be a matter of perspective, but in the months since an extreme earthquake and tsunami struck the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plants, the U.S. nuclear industry has clearly made many significant advancements: Began examining every single one of the 104 American nuclear power plants, confirming...
Thu, Jul 7 2011
Nuclear Power Supports America’s Energy Security
By Jarret Adams Amid the many benefits that America’s 104 nuclear power plants provide, increased energy security is rarely mentioned. It is perhaps obscured by the fact that nuclear energy is by far the nation’s largest source of low-carbon electricity. People often talk about the reliability of U.S...
Wed, Jun 22 2011
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