Looking at nuclear energy programs in Europe serves as a microcosm to the uncertainty in nuclear power globally.
"How can you have a top performing power plant and still see it shut down?"
The global nuclear energy industry has reached a tipping point.
There are four countries in the world that currently have operating fast breeder nuclear reactors: China, Japan, India and Russia.
Small modular nuclear reactors were touted to be the savior of the U.S. nuclear industry a few years back, the newest technology to give a needed shot in the arm to an industry that stood stagnant for decades in terms of developing new nuclear projects.
Let's take a little quiz. Question #1: What's the global population? Take your time…and I'll give you half a billion slack on either side.
Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TEPCO) said it has found the location of a radioactive water leak at Unit 3 of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
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