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Sign the Sustainable Nuclear Petition

Sign the Sustainable Nuclear Petition Kirsten Gogan from Energy for Humanity and others have posted a petition on the OpenPetition website directed at the European Commission Technical Expert Group.  This petition endeavors to advocate for more informed, evidence-based and effective energy and climate policy in Europe. While not specifically about supporting nuclear, nevertheless, nuclear will be able to get more support as a partner within a balanced, cost-effective and clean energy mix — the way we need our serious climate [...]

Candidates Should Heed Obama, Clinton on Nuclear Power

Candidates Should Heed Obama and Clinton Paul Steidler has published an article in Inside Sources called “Candidates Should Heed Obama, Clinton on Nuclear Power," in which he bemoans the fact that none of the top 2020 candidates for the Democratic Party are strong nuclear energy supporters. All of the candidates highlight the climate crisis that our world is progressing towards, however, none are willing to take the controversial position of including nuclear power as their solution. Instead, they take the [...]

11 Reasons why DOE is all in on new nuclear

11 Reasons why DOE is all in on new nuclear On August 28, 2019, Dan Brouillette, the Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy, published a write-up of eleven ways that demonstrate the Department of Energy's commitment to nuclear energy and especially advanced nuclear, in support of the more than 50 U.S. companies are developing advanced technologies that will make nuclear energy more efficient and affordable to build and operate.   These include: 1. Swearing in Dr. Rita Baranwal Dr. [...]

It’s Time to Embrace Nuclear Energy

It's Time to Embrace Nuclear Energy A Bright Future: How Some Countries Have Solved Climate Change and the Rest Can Follow, by Joshua S. Goldstein and Staffan A. Qvist, depicts two different paths of emission-free energy use: Germany and Sweden. The contrasting stories have Sweden on one side. The Swedish has cut carbon emissions in half while doubling the use of electricity through the construction of various nuclear power plants in the last 50 years. Then there's Germany; who has [...]