California Saves Money by Saving Energy

October 20, 2008 By Terence Chea, Associated Press Writer San Francisco (AP) - California has saved about $56 billion in electricity costs and created 1.5 million jobs over 35 years by using energy ... read more

Construction-Related Issues Pose Most Credit Risk for New U.S. Nuclear Plants, Report Says

Oct. 15, 2008 Construction risk is the overriding risk for new U.S. nuclear power plants, according to a report published today by Standard & Poor's Ratings Services, "Construction Costs ... read more

US to Send Nuclear Business Mission to India

October 15, 2008 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. The United States said Wednesday it would send a mission to India in December to explore business opportunities following a landmark pact to open up ... read more

California Greenhouse Gas Plan to Boose Efficiency, Launch Market

October 15, 2008 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. Californians will have to use energy more efficiently, use more renewable energy and employ new technologies to cut the state's greenhouse-gas ... read more

Public Cut out of Yankee Info

October 16, 2008 By Rep. Sarah Edwards In the midst of all the events occurring at Entergy Nuclear-Vermont Yankee over the past several months, you may be wondering why there have been no meetings or ... read more

Reactors Likely to Cost $9 Billion: Progress Energy Doubles Estimate

October 17, 2008 The News & Observer - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX Building two nuclear reactors in Wake County could cost Progress Energy customers more than $9.3 billion.

Vermont Yankee Faulted for Leaks

October 15, 2008 By Sam Hemingway, Free Press Staff Writer BRATTLEBORO - A Nuclear Regulatory Commission inspector said Tuesday that slack engineering by Entergy Nuclear workers was to blame for two ... read more

Backing Nuclear Power October 17, 2008 Taxpayers may have rescued America's banking system, but will they have to assist the country's nuclear energy program, ... read more

Nuclear Power Generation Capacity May Quadruple by 2050

October 16, 2008 The Associated Press PARIS - The current supply of nuclear-generated electricity is projected to grow by up to a factor of 3.8 by 2050, if governments and the nuclear industry ... read more

Construction Costs Will "Soar" for New US Nuclear Power Plants

Standard & Poor's Ratings Services said in an October 15 RatingsDirect paper.