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With Congress having failed to stop the Iran international nuclear agreement by September 17, opponents of the deal are now licking their wounds and focusing on the next steps. The…

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Recently, a small, mostly unknown private player in the nuclear power arena was unveiled to a select group of equity analysts.…

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Aug 27, 2015 at 16:57 | Michael McDonald

Most people thinking about energy policy in Europe tend to focus on the renewable power the continent generates. While it is certainly true that many European…

Nuclear Utility Suffers Setback As DC Pursues Clean Energy

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Aug 25, 2015 at 16:41 | Nick Cunningham

Regulators for Washington DC rejected the proposed purchase of Pepco Holdings by Exelon, potentially killing off the $6.84 billion acquisition. By law, the DC Public Service…

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Nuclear Energy: Not What The World Wants But Maybe What It Needs

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