Nuclear plants are increasingly turning to on-line monitoring to improve plant productivity, reliability, and asset management.
More attention has been given of late to recent announcements of nuclear power plant closures and threatened shutdowns than to the pursuit of new nuclear technology.
In the domestic energy industry, nuclear energy's value to our country is not only based on building new nuclear power stations, but also includes the ongoing investments in the continued safe and economic operations of existing nuclear energy facilities.
Nuclear power plants generate spent nuclear fuel as a byproduct of power production.
Power producers across the industry are under pressure from flat electricity usage growth rates and the need to comply with environmental regulations.
I entered the hotel lobby on the morning of the second day of the Nuclear Energy Institute's annual "Nuclear Energy Assembly" and felt instantly that something was peculiar.
With all the attention that is being given to recent announcements of nuclear power plant closures and threatened shutdowns, it would be easy to think that U.S. nuclear power is marching to its death.
An 83-year-old nun and two fellow anti-nuclear protesters were found guilty of breaking into the Y-12 National Security Complex at Oak Ridge, according to reports.
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