KYIV, Ukraine — The vast and empty Chernobyl Exclusion Zone around the site of the world's worst nuclear accident is a baleful monument to human mistakes. Yet 35 years after a power plant reactor exploded, Ukrainians also look to it for inspiration, solace and income.
Three Mile Island's Unit 2 has been closed since 1979, when it was the site of the worst ever U.S. reactor accident. Now a Salt Lake City-based nuclear services company is in talks to buy and dismantle the facility.
Nestled in the woods off U.S. 460 in Bedford County, about 20 engineers are working to develop the next big thing in nuclear power.
By W. Reed Johnson
For years. advocates, myself among them, have promoted the use of nuclear power to provide reliable, clean, non-CO2 emitting electricity for e…
Going small to stay competitive
Jane Van Ryan
Cravens is the author of "Power to Save the World: The Truth About Nuclear Energy." Bloomberg News
NEW LONDON — Babcock & Wilcox confirmed today its plans to establish in Bedford County a facility to test the performance of a small modul…
It isn't every day that an industry asks the government to regulate it. Yet that is just what the nation's nuclear power companies recently di…
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