Post Tagged with: "International Energy Agency"

TNR: "How Not to Go Green"

November 1, 2011 2 comments
Posted in Environment, Innovation, News, Nuclear, Renewables, Wind

As we have noted before, we think there are important lessons to be learned from Germany’s efforts to phase out nuclear power. In the end,… Read More

Spotlight: What makes nuclear energy low-carbon?

July 13, 2011 2 comments
Posted in Innovation, Nuclear

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,… Read More

Energy Security in an Uncertain World

The International Energy Agency describes energy security as “the uninterrupted physical availability at a price which is affordable, while respecting environment concerns.” As the world… Read More

AREVA Leads the Way in Tackling Climate Change, Part I

AREVA Leads the Way in Tackling Climate Change, Part I

by Mary Douglas Reprinted from AREVA Energy Business, Issue 8 Climate change is a reality and some of its impacts may already be irreversible. The… Read More

Nuclear Energy: Way More than Carbon Neutral

Nuclear Energy: Way More than Carbon Neutral

September 29, 2009 1 comment
Posted in Clean Energy, Reactors, Sustainable Development

by Jarret Adams Antinuclear activists lately have been trotting out that old chestnut that nuclear energy is not really CO2-free and that this claim is… Read More

Openness is Key in Discussing Nuclear Energy

by Laurence Pernot There must be no taboos when we discuss nuclear energy. All issues, including the tricky ones, must be on the table. As… Read More