Energy Security

AREVA and Fresno Nuclear Energy Group to look at the U.S. EPR™ to meet California’s Energy Needs

AREVA and Fresno Nuclear Energy Group to look at the U.S. EPR™ to meet California’s Energy Needs

By Katherine Berezowskyj Last week, AREVA and Fresno Nuclear Energy Group (FNEG), LLC announced that they have signed a Letter of Intent to formalize their… Read More

Quote of the Day

“I think climate change is real. You don’t? That’s your business. But there are two other huge trends barreling down on us with energy implications… Read More

Greenpeace Militants Board Ship: Miss Target on Climate Change

Greenpeace militants yesterday boarded a ship transporting steam generators to the Olkiluoto 3 EPR reactor in Finland. The organization’s action, taken in the run-up to December’s… Read More

Energy By the Numbers from the New York Times

September 3, 2009 0 comments
Posted in Energy Security, Government & Policy

by Katherine Berezowkyj David J.C. Mackay’s recent piece in the New York Times discussed a question that surprisingly few have considered amid rising concerns about… Read More

“View Nuclear Renaissance as an Opportunity, Not a Threat”

For nearly half a century, non-proliferation treaties and other multinational collaborations have helped facilitate the safe expansion of nuclear technology for peaceful purposes. But some… Read More

Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers on Why Nuclear Energy is Important for the U.S.

Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers on Why Nuclear Energy is Important for the U.S.

by Katherine Berezowskyj It couldn’t have been said better: “Investing in new nuclear power plants, which produce electricity 24 hours a day and seven days… Read More

New Ideas for a Better World

New Ideas for a Better World

By Laura Clise On June 3, the U.S. State Department Global Partnerships Initiative, the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator and TED hosted TED@State, New… Read More

AREVA's Commitment to Nonproliferation Already in Action

Yesterday, President Obama said in a BBC interview: “Without going into specifics, what I do believe is that Iran has legitimate energy concerns, legitimate aspirations.… Read More

Augusta Chronicle Clarifies Situation at MOX Facility

On a blog hosted by the Augusta Chronicle, reporter Rob Pavey provides a good summary of the situation at the MOX facility at the Savannah… Read More

MOX Project Will Help Remove Weapons Material, Create Clean Electricity

MOX Project Will Help Remove Weapons Material, Create Clean Electricity

by Jarret Adams The MOX Fuel Fabrication Facility under construction in South Carolina serves several important goals: It provides a way to remove weapons-grade material… Read More