- Bloomberg discusses the chances of the next nuclear accident, arguing it is a crisis waiting to happen and could be in a country with little experience to deal with it.
- While atomic power has fallen from favor in some western European countries since the Fukushima accident in Japan - Germany, for example, is shutting all its nuclear plants - it’s gaining more traction in Asia as an alternative to coal; of the 176 reactors planned worldwide, 86 are in nations that had no nuclear plants 20 years ago.
- If nuclear is to remain a part of the world’s energy supply, the industry must come up with solutions to make sure contamination - and other consequences, including financial - don't spread beyond station grounds, former NRC boss Gregory Jaczko says.
- Gregor Macdonald believes nuclear has no future, adding the extinction level event bearing down on global nuclear power is the rise of solar.
- Nuclear names: URA, NLR, NUCL, CCJ, DNN, USU, URRE, UEC, URG
The world needs to get ready for the next nuclear plant accident
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