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  • June 17, 2024
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WNTI Gap Analysis of the Code of Safety for Nuclear Merchant Ships

The World Nuclear Transport Institute presented a gap analysis of the Code of Safety for Nuclear Merchant ships at the International Maritime Organization’s Marine Safety Committee in May 2024. The Code that was originally written November 19, 1981 for pressurized water-cooled reactors, has not been updated because nuclear propulsion wasn’t used for foreign going merchant […]

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  • May 15, 2024
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CALIFORNIA’S $6 BILLION TRANSMISSION PLAN: 26 PROJECTS OVER THE NEXT 8-10 YEARS

Most know California for the beautiful beaches and mountains, the rich and famous, and landmarks like the Golden Gate Bridge. But did you know that California also ranks as the second-highest electricity consuming state in the U.S., second only to Texas who holds the number one spot? It’s a big job to manage this power grid […]

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  • May 10, 2024
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JAPAN AND NUCLEAR POWER

On March 11, 2011, the fourth most powerful earthquake occurred off the cost of Japan, triggering a tsunami that resulted in over 18,000 deaths and an estimated $220 Billion in damages, not only in Japan, but also globally in places including Hawaii, California, French Polynesia, Galapagos Islands, Peru, and Chili. A significant result of the […]

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  • May 7, 2024
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Did You Know May 6 – 10 is FUSION ENERGY WEEK?

While both fission and fusion release energy through nuclear reactions, in its most basic form, fission involves splitting atoms into smaller fragments, while fusion involves combining atoms to form new ones (like what happens on our sun). Here’s a quick tutorial: Fission Nuclear Energy:-Nuclear power plants currently operational around the world primarily use fission reactions […]

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  • May 3, 2024
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HARNESSING THE POWER OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS FOR CLEAN ENERGY

The University of Cambridge, with the help of laser technology, is paving a new path to harnessing power from photosynthesis to utilize in the energy sector. As most schoolchildren were taught, photosynthesis is the process by which green plants, algae, and some bacteria convert light energy into chemical energy stored in glucose (a type of […]

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  • April 26, 2024
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ARIZONA: A U.S. HUB FOR BATTERY MANUFACTURING

Arizona seems to have become the place for battery manufacturing in the United States. Three major facilities are planned to be operational by 2026 – American Battery Factory (ABF), KORE Power, and LG Energy Solution. American Battery Factory held groundbreaking ceremonies in October of last year, and announced this March that their gigafactory near Tucson, […]

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  • April 22, 2024
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LITHIUM VALLEY AND THE SALTON SEA

The Salton Sea, a lake nestled in southeastern California in the Colorado Desert region, is a testament to both human ingenuity and the unintended consequences of large-scale engineering projects. Originally a dry basin, the sea was accidentally created in 1905 when the Colorado River breached irrigation canals and flooded the area, filling the basin over […]

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  • April 17, 2024
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TVA CONTINUES TO TRANSITION FROM COAL-FIRED GENERATION

TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) continues to move forward with their transition away from coal-fired power plant generation. In fact, they currently operate only four coal-fired power plants (Kingston, Cumberland, Gallatin, and Shawnee) and by 2028, will be down to two. This is quite a difference from just 10 years ago, when over 50% of their total […]

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  • April 15, 2024
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A LESSON IN NUCLEAR SHUTDOWN: INDIAN POINT

Indian Point Energy Center is a nuclear power plant found in Buchanan, New York, situated on the east bank of the Hudson River, about 36 miles north of Midtown Manhattan. The facility consists of three nuclear reactors: Unit 1, which operated from 1962 to 1974; Unit 2, which began operations in 1974; and Unit 3, […]

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  • April 11, 2024
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GE’S STRATEGIC SPLIT DECISION

General Electric (GE) has a storied history dating back to its founding in 1892 by the merger of Edison General Electric Company and Thomson-Houston Electric Company. Under the leadership of visionaries such as Thomas Edison and Charles A. Coffin, GE quickly became a pioneer in electrical innovation, contributing significantly to the electrification of the United […]

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