Japan’s search for nuclear export deals

The hunt is on in Vietnam, Turkey, and elsewhere By Dan Yurman The Japanese government, in close cooperation with some of the nation’s largest heavy industrial manufacturers, is seeking to Continue Reading →

57th Carnival of Nuclear Energy Bloggers

Perhaps one of the more enduring cartoons that relates to the quality of information on the Internet is the one that states, “On the Internet no one knows you are Continue Reading →

Return on nuclear investments—What UCS’s nuclear subsidy attack missed

If everyone at a table is overestimating a risk, the person that bets against the crowd can clean up. In the case of accident risks associated with nuclear energy, the real world will favor the entity that bets that the next 50 years will be as safe as the last 50 years. Continue Reading →