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AREVA Helps Kick Off National Nuclear Science Week in Seattle

October 22, 2014 0 comments
Posted in Energy Policy, Nuclear

With support from AREVA and nuclear energy leaders in the region, Seattle hosted “The Big Event” to kick off National Nuclear Science Week.  Organized by… Read More

DOE Energy Calculator

DOE Energy Calculator: Coal, Dynamite, Burritos, and Nuclear Candy

The Department of Energy just posted an interesting online tool for calculating the average amount of energy you consume each year in energy-equivalent terms of… Read More

Top 10 FAQs about Transporting and Storing Used Nuclear Fuel

Top 10 FAQs about Transporting and Storing Used Nuclear Fuel

The topic of safely transporting and storing used nuclear fuel at U.S. nuclear energy facilities is causing a lot of discussion in communities around the country.… Read More

New DOE Report: MOX Option Still Best Option

New DOE Report: MOX Option Still Best Option

Nothing has changed—the MOX option is still the best option for fulfilling America’s surplus plutonium disposal nonproliferation treaty with Russia in the most timely and… Read More

Congressman Wilson and Secretary of State Kerry Discuss Concern with Insufficient MOX Project Funding

We appreciate the concern expressed by Secretary Kerry last week for the broader international implications of walking away from the U.S. nonproliferation commitment to permanently… Read More

The Hill

AREVA Inc North America CEO Mike Rencheck in The Hill

In a guest column on The Hill‘s Congress Blog, AREVA Inc North America CEO Mike Rencheck is making the case for nuclear power as a… Read More

AREVA employees’ red shirts were a visual show of support in favor of nuclear energy at the NRC meeting in Charlotte.

NRC Dialogue: Nearly 50 Years of Safe U.S. Used Nuclear Fuel Transport and Storage

When you’re passionate about something called into question, you show up and speak out to ensure your opinion is heard. Sixty AREVA employees did just… Read More

Taking a Deep Breath and Reconsidering Nuclear Energy

Taking a Deep Breath and Reconsidering Nuclear Energy

August 21, 2013 Comments are Disabled
Posted in Clean Energy, Energy Policy

Don’t miss this excellent article by New York Times Economic Scene columnist Eduardo Porter, “Coming Full Circle in Energy, To Nuclear.” He begins by describing… Read More

MOX Project is Best Option for Nonproliferation and Budget Goals

MOX Project is Best Option for Nonproliferation and Budget Goals

If the United States is going to honor its international nonproliferation agreement with Russia, then the MOX Project is the best option based on time,… Read More

"Predicted Budget Cut Could Put MOX Project in Danger"

From the Aiken Standard this week: This article begins with a stark warning for fulfilling our international nonproliferation commitments, “If the MOX Project has its… Read More