This week’s ANS Friday Nuclear Matinee features the Second Quarter 2015 construction update from South Carolina Electric & Gas’ V. C. Summer nuclear plant, where two new AP1000 nuclear units Continue Reading →
by Will Davis Media have been abuzz this week following the Reuters’ story that attempts to portray the situation of Japanese nuclear power plant restarts as not nearly so rosy as had Continue Reading →
It’s that time! Popcorn in hand? Let’s watch ANS member Kaylee Yuhas as she talks about how nuclear reactions actually work.
The 275th edition of the Nuclear Energy Blog Carnival has posted at Northwest Clean Energy. •Click here to access Carnival 275. Each week, a new edition of the Carnival is hosted Continue Reading →
By Jim Hopf In Part 1 of this post, I discussed the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s final rule for the Clean Power Plan (CPP), the details of how it works, Continue Reading →
By Jim Hopf On August 3, 2015, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released the final rule for its Clean Power Plan (CPP), the goal of which is to reduce CO2 Continue Reading →
Is nuclear energy safe? Kaylee Yuhas explains why it is the best option for our planet and our energy needs.