Post Tagged with: "Used Fuel"

National Center for Policy Analysis Finds Nuclear Energy as Best Option for U.S. Energy Future

National Center for Policy Analysis Finds Nuclear Energy as Best Option for U.S. Energy Future

A recent report from the National Center for Policy Analysis examines the growing demand for U.S. energy needs and the requirements that this energy comes… Read More

Response to Friends of the Earth News Release on MOX Fuel

Please see below a response from a DOE National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) spokesperson to an innaccurate and misleading new release issued yesterday by an… Read More

Reports on Nuclear Energy by Clean Skies

July 14, 2009 0 comments
Posted in Innovation, Recycling

Clean Skies is a site for discussion and debate over energy and environmental policy in the U.S., including in-depth video news of important issues. As… Read More

A Clip on Recycling

July 13, 2009 3 comments
Posted in Innovation, Recycling

As a very important issue in nuclear energy right now- what to do with used fuel-we think this little video is appropriate for everyone who… 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

MOX Fuel Supports Environmental and National Security Goals

MOX Fuel Supports Environmental and National Security Goals

By Jarret Adams The MOX Fuel Fabrication Facility under construction in South Carolina recently passed the milestone of 2 million work hours completed without a… Read More

Excellent Editorial from WSJ

March 16, 2009 0 comments
Posted in Innovation, Reactors, Recycling

Several of our fellow nuclear bloggers have already linked to William Tucker’s excellent editorial from the Wall Street Journal, “There Is No Such Thing as… Read More

It’s the Right Time to Reconsider U.S. Recycling

During a Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing yesterday, the discussion of the future of the Yucca Mountain project raised the possibility of recycling… Read More