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Think We Can Abandon Nuclear Energy? Don’t Look at This Chart. – Motley Fool


Motley Fool

Think We Can Abandon Nuclear Energy? Don't Look at This Chart.
Motley Fool
In early June, the nation's largest provider of nuclear power, Exelon (NYSE:EXC), announced that it will close two nuclear power plants in Illinois by 2018, after the state failed to provide the same subsidies to atomic energy as it does for renewable
Risks, ethics and consent: Australia shouldn't become the world's nuclear wastelandThe Conversation AU
For climate's sake, don't turn backs on nuclear energyThe Salinas Californian
Visitors Top 250000 at China's Peak Nuclear OperatorCRIENGLISH.com

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Posted on 28 June 2016 | 12:35 pm

US should keep nuclear power in energy portfolio – WiscNews


US should keep nuclear power in energy portfolio
WiscNews
Despite the need to confront climate change, the United States is perilously close to letting the largest producers of carbon-free electricity fade away. Nearly half of the nation's aging nuclear plants will reach the end of their approved lifespan by

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Posted on 28 June 2016 | 11:03 am

France Tells EDF to Switch On UK Nuclear-Power Project Despite Brexit – Wall Street Journal


Wall Street Journal

France Tells EDF to Switch On UK Nuclear-Power Project Despite Brexit
Wall Street Journal
The construction of two nuclear reactors in Hinkley Point in southwestern England has the backing of the U.K. and France, which has a majority stake in EDF, but is waiting for the nuclear-power utility's board to sign off on the project. Hinkley Point
Brexit vote is 'final nail in coffin' for Hinkley Point nuclear power stationDaily Mail
Brexit could mean cancellation of Hinkley Point nuclear power station, Government adviser saysThe Independent
Brexit fallout: Hinkley Point C nuclear power station now “extremely unlikely”Ars Technica UK
The Ecologist –Bristol Post
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Posted on 28 June 2016 | 9:50 am

Global nuclear power capacity grew fast last year: IEA – Reuters


Reuters

Global nuclear power capacity grew fast last year: IEA
Reuters
Global addition to capacity in 2015 hit 10.2 gigawatts, the highest growth in 25 years, the IEA's Executive Director Fatih Birol told a nuclear conference in Paris. "We have never seen such an increase in nuclear capacity addition, mainly driven by
China drives highest global nuclear capacity growth in a quarter-centuryCity A.M.

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Posted on 28 June 2016 | 9:06 am

Shareholders urge Japan’s utilities to end nuclear power generation – The Japan Times


The Japan Times

Shareholders urge Japan's utilities to end nuclear power generation
The Japan Times
Shareholders urged nine power companies Tuesday to end nuclear power generation, reflecting safety concerns lingering since the 2011 Fukushima disaster. However, the proposals were turned down at the firms' shareholders meetings. The companies …
Japan's Power Companies to Abandon Nuclear Power GenerationSputnik International
To reduce carbon emissions, US should embrace nuclear powerR Street
Shareholders call on utilities to abandon nuclear energyAsahi Shimbun
Tyler Morning Telegraph
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Posted on 28 June 2016 | 7:14 am

California land regulators to weigh end of nuclear power – U.S. News & World Report


U.S. News & World Report

California land regulators to weigh end of nuclear power
U.S. News & World Report
FILE – This aerial file photo taken, June 20, 2010, shows the Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant, in Avila Beach, Calif. California regulators are expected to decide Tuesday, June 28, 2016, whether to drop their longstanding environmental objections to
Last nuclear power plant in California to close by 2025Arizona Capitol Times
Diablo Canyon Shutdown Proves People Power Can Defeat Nuclear PowerEarth Island Journal
The Diablo Canyon deal marks the death of nuclear power in the US — or does it?Los Angeles Times
Santa Fe New Mexican
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Posted on 28 June 2016 | 6:47 am

Supplying electricity through nuclear power – The Hindu


The Hindu

Supplying electricity through nuclear power
The Hindu
As of May 2016, as many as 444 nuclear reactors are being operated globally by 30 countries to generate electricity. An additional 63 new nuclear plants are under construction in 15 countries. According to data from 2012, nuclear power accounted for

Posted on 28 June 2016 | 6:42 am

Oil leaks from Fitzpatrick Nuclear plant into Lake Ontario – CNYcentral.com


National Post

Oil leaks from Fitzpatrick Nuclear plant into Lake Ontario
CNYcentral.com
A sheen is visible from the air in Lake Ontario near the Fitzpatrick Nuclear Power Plant in Scriba, New York, approximately 10 miles northeast of Oswego, New York, June 26, 2016. A Coast Guard Auxiliary air crew noticed the sheen during a flight and …
Mysterious sheen on Lake Ontario traced to oil spill from a nuclear power plant in New YorkNational Post
Mystery sheen in Lake Ontario identified as oil from nearby nuclear plantFox News
'Sheen' spotted on Lake Ontario near nuclear power plantRT
WatertownDailyTimes.com –WSYR –WXXI News
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Posted on 28 June 2016 | 4:18 am

Oil spill in water near FitzPatrick nuclear plant – Rochester Democrat and Chronicle


Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Oil spill in water near FitzPatrick nuclear plant
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
A discoloration of the water near the FitzPatrick nuclear plant was identified as an oil spill, according to a spokesperson for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The Fitzpatrick plant is in Scriba, New York, approximately 10 miles northeast of Oswego
FitzPatrick nuke, the source of lake oil spill, shut down suddenly FridaySyracuse.com
Clean Up Underway After Oil Spill Near New York Nuclear PlantSputnik International
Entergy Identifies, Stops Flow of Lubricating Oil From FitzPatrick Nuclear Power PlantOswego Daily News
CKWS
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Posted on 27 June 2016 | 3:11 pm

The Security Firm That Employed the Orlando Shooter Protects American Nuclear Facilities – The New Yorker


The New Yorker

The Security Firm That Employed the Orlando Shooter Protects American Nuclear Facilities
The New Yorker
“G4S has partnered with more than 90 percent of U.S. nuclear facilities,” the company's Web site notes. That statistic, if accurate, is not reassuring. At one point, the firm supplied security officers to about half of the commercial nuclear power

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Posted on 27 June 2016 | 3:00 pm