The CLEAN Future Act (H.R. 1512) is a prime example of the type of half-measure we must avoid. The CES in the newly proposed bill is defined broadly enough to allow “natural” gas (fossil gas), biomass, and nuclear power to qualify.
Public Interest Testimony Presented in absentia from the Witness List of the Senate’s V. C. Summer Nuclear Project Review Committee and House Utility Ratepayer Protection Committee
An in-depth economic analysis released today documents that a problem-plagued nuclear reactor construction project in South Carolina must be abandoned.
With so many questions surrounding the future of energy development in South Carolina, state lawmakers have come together to form a new bipartisan energy caucus.
Nuclear power, which currently provides roughly 19 percent of the U.S. electricity supply, has proven to be one of the dirtiest, most dangerous and most expensive sources of energy since it was first commercialized well over half a century ago.
Final Technologies Assessment for Alternative Cooling Technologies at Diablo Canyon Power Plant
Human health impact of the Fukushima-daiichi nuclear disaster
The future of nuclear power, one year after the Fukushima-daiichi nuclear disaster.
This second analysis on the troubled San Onofre reactors details design changes that could have contributed to equipment degradation.
The new analysis by Fairewinds asserts that Edison's shortcuts caused the failures at San Onofre's steam generators