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U.S. Decides One Nuclear Dump Is Enough

November 7, 2008 By MATTHEW L. WALD - New York Times WASHINGTON - The Bush administration will recommend that Congress give up the idea of a second nuclear waste dump, dropping a grand bargain struck ... read more

Extreme Makeover: Nuclear Power Plant Edition

By JAMES KANTER World Nuclear News, a publication of the World Nuclear Association, asked readers to submit ideas for more aesthetically pleasing power plants. One reader, Aleš Buršič, blended ... read more

Researchers Explore Hybrid Concentrated Solar Energy System

November 3, 2008 - by Jennifer Runyon, Managing Editor Sydney, Australia, Shanghai, China and California, United States Australian, American and Chinese researchers are ... read more

Cost Analysis of Uranium Mining in New Mexico Shows No Economic Boon

October 28, 2008 In a response to the industry's exaggerated claims that renewed uranium mining would be a multi-billion dollar economic bonanza for New Mexico and the Grants area, the New Mexico ... read more

Article from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

November 3, 2008 by: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have discovered and demonstrated a new method for overcoming two major hurdles facing solar ... read more

Who Should Pay for Turkey Point Shutdown - FPL or You?

November 6, 2008 BY JOHN DORSCHNER In March 2006, a tiny hole -- a mere one-eighth of an inch -- was discovered in a critical pipe at the Turkey Point nuclear power ... read more

A Chicago Area Electoral Victory Says "No We Won't" to Nuke Power

November 6, 2008 Huffington Post - by Harvey Wasserman As the world media filled with the victory of Barack Obama, a defeat for atomic power in his own back yard sent a Solartopian message to ... read more