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Uzbekistan, Russia Announce Joint Nuclear Facility

Uzbekistan, Russia Announce Joint Nuclear Facility

Uzbekistan and Russia have struck…

Why Nuclear Energy Is Critical For Russia

Why Nuclear Energy Is Critical For Russia

Russia is renowned for its…

Alternative Energy / Nuclear Power

Why Small Modular Reactors Are Not The Next Big Thing

Why Small Modular Reactors Are Not The Next Big Thing

Apr 07, 2016 at 13:55 | Leonard Hyman & William Tilles

The cost of building large, conventional nuclear power plants continues to escalate, leading the nuclear industry to explore an alternative, the small modular reactor (SMR). These…

Why Britain’s Bespoke Nuclear Program Won’t Work

Why Britain’s Bespoke Nuclear Program Won’t Work

Apr 01, 2016 at 17:50 | Leonard Hyman & William Tilles

To: David Cameron, PM From: Unofficial Independent Energy Maven Advisory Policy Group (UIEMAPG)Re: UK Nuclear PolicySubject: Mr Cameron, Please Consider…

Is The World's Biggest Uranium Producer About To Shock Miners?

Is The World's Biggest Uranium Producer About To Shock Miners?

Mar 18, 2016 at 10:38 | Dave Forest

Short but ominous note from the world’s largest uranium-producing nation this week. Suggesting that some unpleasant surprises could be coming for the mining sector here. The…

The Myth Of Expensive Nuclear Power

The Myth Of Expensive Nuclear Power

Mar 11, 2016 at 17:12 | Euan Mearns

Lovering, Yip and Nordhaus (Science Direct April 2016) reviewed construction cost data for 349 reactors in the U.S., France, Canada, West Germany, Japan, India, and…

Germany Hails Landmark Achievement In Fusion Energy

Germany Hails Landmark Achievement In Fusion Energy

Feb 18, 2016 at 16:20 | Michael McDonald

The Wendelstein 7-X won’t be winning any awards for catchy name of the year, but the massive new German prototype fusion reactor does represent one of…

World’s Biggest Uranium Nation Just Confirmed Record Production

World’s Biggest Uranium Nation Just Confirmed Record Production

Jan 20, 2016 at 09:44 | Dave Forest

Last August, I discussed how uranium production in world-leading nation Kazakhstan appeared to be rising, despite lower prices. And this week we got confirmation that 2015 was another record…

Nuclear Renaissance Has Analysts Bullish On Uranium

Nuclear Renaissance Has Analysts Bullish On Uranium

Jan 12, 2016 at 15:58 | Andrew Topf

Investors in uranium producers and explorers could be in for a banner year of growth and opportunity, making the nuclear fuel an outlier compared to other…

China's $1 Trillion Nuclear Plan

China's $1 Trillion Nuclear Plan

Dec 27, 2015 at 16:30 | Andrew Topf

China, still the world's largest consumer of mineral and energy commodities despite lagging economic growth, appears to be have one foot in the past and another…

Japan To Restart Several Nuclear Plants, But Opposition Is Fierce

Japan To Restart Several Nuclear Plants, But Opposition Is Fierce

Dec 23, 2015 at 15:32 | Andy Tully

A Japanese court says it’s too early to resume operations at the Takahama nuclear power plant on the country’s western coast, citing the risk of earthquakes…

China Just Made Its First Big Move On The Silk Road, In Uranium

China Just Made Its First Big Move On The Silk Road, In Uranium

Dec 17, 2015 at 09:39 | Dave Forest

Asia’s emerging Silk Road corridor may be one of the biggest developing stories in natural resources. And this week saw one of the first big deals…

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