Archive | December, 2012

The Election and Nuclear Power:

A Cautiously Positive Outlook Although many in the industry feel that nuclear power fares significantly differently under the Democrats and Republicans differ significantly–and indeed, from time to time, some of the rhetoric makes it sound like that should be the case–I have never been convinced that it was.  I was therefore gratified that some of […]

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Grid Costs:

Leveling the Playing Field I was pleased to see a new study from the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) comparing grid costs of different technologies.  I was pleased both because the issue is an important one, and because I used to work at the NEA, and I’m glad to see them tackling this subject. The […]

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