While it might not be the "nuclear renaissance" envisioned a few years earlier, 2014 is seeing thousands of workers deployed in the Southeastern U.S. to build new reactors or, in one case, complete a nuclear unit where construction had been started and later abandoned years ago.
Nuclear power projects are emerging from the ground in the U.S. and several other countries around the world, including India, Iran and Saudi Arabia.
There is an abundance of broad, overarching questions that are major priorities right now when it comes to the future of electricity in the United States.
Establishing sustainable sources of energy is high on the agenda of both the public and their elected representatives, and the nuclear industry is currently able to satisfy consumer demand to a greater degree than, say, wind power.
The Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) has released several studies on how nuclear energy affects national, state and local economies.
The unpleasant revelations coming out of plants in recovery are a continual embarrassment in the nuclear business.
Nuclear energy generates around 11 percent of the world's electricity and is used by more than 30 countries around the world, according to statistics from the World Nuclear Agency (WNA).
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