Archive | November, 2011

More Fuel Cell Buses from Switzerland to California

Postbus From Switzerland to California (and everywhere in-between) fuel cell buses have become increasingly common over the past few years. They have become so common in fact that I usually don’t write about individual rollouts anymore and lump them together as I’m doing in this blog post. In Switzerland there is a company called PostBus […]

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IAEA and NEA: Are Both Needed?

Shortly after I published my post on Russia announcing its intent to join the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, I received the following message from a friend who follows my blog: Gail, Your argument for the positive aspects of the NEA is persuasive. However, you have not addressed the separate issue as to why is is […]

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79th Carnival of Nuclear Energy Bloggers

Voices with legendary names emerge each week to tell the story of nuclear energy The 79th Carnival of Nuclear Energy Bloggers is up at ANS Nuclear Cafe. This post is a collection of the voices of the best pro-nuclear blogs in North America. If you want to read the story of the nuclear renaissance, the […]

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Could Wind Energy Increase Global Warming?–

The Startling Results of a New Study An e-mail a few days ago from a long-time friend (I don’t say “old friend” anymore!) alerted me to some new work he’s done that I think has the potential to stir up a firestorm. Herb Inhaber has made a career of investigating conventional wisdom and poking holes […]

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