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  • January 8, 2024
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PERMIT ISSUED FOR KAIROS POWER’S HERMES TEST REACTOR Recently, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) issued a permit to allow Kairos Power to construct their non-power test reactor at the Heritage Center Industrial Park in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. This test reactor will be a 35 MW (thermal) non-power version of their fluoride salt-cooled high temperature […]

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  • January 4, 2024
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NUCLEAR EXPLAINED: URANIUM AND ITS ROLE IN THE NUCLEAR CYCLE

There are 92 naturally occurring elements but only one, uranium, has become the element of choice as a fuel for commercial nuclear operations. Uranium has an atomic number of 92 and corresponds to the chemical symbol U in the periodic table. It is a member of a unique class of elements known as “actinides,” which were […]

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  • December 13, 2023
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100 MILLION DEGREES CELCIUS: HELION’S FUSION POWER PURCHASE AGREEMENT WITH MICROSOFT

The limitless energy revolution is gaining momentum, with Microsoft inking the first-ever commercial nuclear fusion deal with startup Helion Energy. The deal aims to produce electricity through fusion by 2028, with Helion targeting at least 50 megawatts of power generation for Microsoft after a year or face financial penalties. Microsoft believes that nuclear fusion is […]

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  • December 11, 2023
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This year is an important year for nuclear energy by Clay Schile.

This year is an important year for nuclear energy. It is the 70th anniversary of the “Atoms for Peace” speech by Dwight Eisenhower where he called for worldwide cooperation to develop atomic energy for peaceful purposes. In 1939, a group of scientists & engineers, with the U.S. Government, embarked on the development of one of […]

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  • December 8, 2023
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POP QUIZ: WHAT COUNTRY PRODUCES THE MOST NUCLEAR POWER?

The UNITED STATES is the world’s largest producer of nuclear power, accounting for about 30% of worldwide generation of nuclear electricity, followed by France, China, Japan, and Russia. Scattered throughout the U.S. are 54 active nuclear power plants with 93 nuclear reactors in operation. The total energy generated from these plants is over 800 terawatts […]

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  • December 4, 2023
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MICROREACTORS SELECTED FOR FUNDING AND TESTING AT IDAHO NATIONAL LABORATORY

Nuclear is getting smaller, literally, and it’s opening opportunities for the industry. Much has been published about SMRs (Small Modular Reactors) but less so of micro-reactors. Micro-reactors will be small enough to be transported by truck, rail, or air and could help solve energy challenges in many areas, ranging from remote commercial or residential locations […]

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  • November 29, 2023
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THE STATE OF THE INDUSTRY – by Sid Crouch, GTTSi Chief Technical Consultant Nuclear proponents are optimistic after Vogtle 3 achieved commercial operation, with Unit 4 close behind. The lessons learned are expected to be a catalyst for future units; but the industry took a gigantic blow when NuScale and Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems […]

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  • November 27, 2023
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BANK OF AMERICA OFFERS THEIR PERSPECTIVE ON NUCLEAR ENERGY

The attitude concerning nuclear power is turning around. Attached is an interesting perspective from Bank of America (BofA) in a  report called “The Nuclear Necessity”. The report from BofA Securities says “We are bullish on uranium and nuclear power. After a decade of underinvestment, a shortage is visible; our strategists forecast 20-40% upside. Global demand is […]

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  • November 15, 2023
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PG&E FILES APPLICATON FOR LICENSE EXTENSION AT DIABLO CANYON

In 2016, after many years of negative public opinion concerning the operation of PG&E’s nuclear power plant designated Diablo Canyon, plans were announced to shutter the two units as their operating licenses expired – Unit 1 in 2024 and Unit 2 in 2025. With the nation’s focus directed toward achieving zero-carbon emissions, nuclear energy has […]

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  • November 13, 2023
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CONSTELLATION ADDS SOUTH TEXAS PROJECT TO THEIR ENERGY MIX

Constellation, operator of the nation’s largest fleet of reliable, carbon-free nuclear plants – 21 plants to be exact – has announced its acquisition of a 44% ownership stake of NRG’s South Texas Project Electric Generating Station (STP). STP is a 2,645-megawatt, dual-unit nuclear plant located about 90 miles southwest of Houston. It is one of […]

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