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Nuclear News: Marking the 50th anniversary of U.S.'s first nuclear meltdown

Blog entry by Justin | 13 July, 2009

Today's big stories from the nuclear industry: LA Times: Marking the 50th anniversary of U.S.'s first nuclear meltdown ’On the morning of July 14, 1959, Sodium Reactor Experiment trainee John Pace received the bad news from a...

Battling Climate Change from the Pacific

Blog entry by Juliette | 13 July, 2009 3 comments

Seni, from our Pacific team, sends this blog entry from the Esperanza. The Espy is currently on tour in the Cook Islands to document climate impacts. I left Pukapuka yesterday with a tinge of sadness, fond memories and a personal...

Quote of the day

Blog entry by Justin | 10 July, 2009

‘If Greenpeace had said at the start that after four years of construction it’s going to be three and a half years late and 60% over budget everybody would have laughed at them.’ (Steve Thomas, Professor of Energy Policy at Greenwich...

Double trouble for Vattenfall

Blog entry by Justin | 10 July, 2009

Meet Swedish energy giant Vattenfall. The nuclear industry attracts serial incompetents like a big, ugly and dirty cake attracts big, stupid flies. And they don’t come much bigger and stupider than Vattenfall. This week has seen big...

Nuclear News: EDF wants power prices hike to fund debt

Blog entry by Justin | 10 July, 2009

Today's big stories from the nuclear industry: The Peninsula Online: EDF presses govt to hike power price PARIS: Tension is shaping up over pressure from EDF, the world’s biggest nuclear power producer, for a price leap for...

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