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Topic: Nuclear Energy
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Nuclear Energy THORIUM ENERGY IS OUR FUTURE
posted by on Friday, November 08, 2013 - 10:22 AM

gfoat writes "The UK is reverting to using traditional nuclear power, but there are potential safety problems with conventional technology. With all solid fuel high pressure nuclear technologies there is the danger of reactor meltdown under certain circumstances, and there could be proliferation of nuclear weapons if plutonium becomes more widely available. It will also be necessary to store hazardous waste for 10,000 years. There is however, a safe alternative to our present nuclear reactors."

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Nuclear Energy NO NEW NUCLEAR WITHOUT ROBUST SCRUTINY - WICKS
posted by on Wednesday, March 08, 2006 - 06:05 PM

gfoat writes "Nuclear energy must be safe and secure if it is to have a defensible role in the future energy mix, Energy Minister Malcolm Wicks will say during a visit to Manchester today. He will be meeting safety, security and environmental regulators, environmental groups and nuclear power companies at the latest in a nationwide series of Energy Review consultation seminars."

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Nuclear Energy UK: New Chair Appointed To BNFL
posted by on Monday, April 19, 2004 - 09:26 AM

gfoat writes "Trade and Industry Secretary, Patricia Hewitt, today announced the appointment of Gordon Campbell as Chair of BNFL. Mr Campbell will succeed Hugh Collum who steps down from the post after nearly five years. The appointment will take effect on 1 June 2004. "

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Nuclear Energy UK: Changes To Bechtel Contract For Consultancy Services
posted by on Tuesday, March 30, 2004 - 07:00 AM

gfoat writes "Hewitt extends Bechtel consultancy contract and the moratorium on bidding for business. Secretary of State for trade and Industry Patricia Hewitt today announced changes in the Department's contract with Bechtel for providing technical advice in helping to set up the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA)."

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Nuclear Energy UK: British Energy given £410 million loan
posted by on Tuesday, September 10, 2002 - 04:50 AM

gfoat writes "British Energy has been given a £410 million loan by the British Government. Commenting, Bryony Worthington, nuclear campaigner at Friends of the Earth said: “It’s outrageous. The Government should have allowed British Energy to go into administration rather than bailing it out with a loan. With a market value of just £404 million and existing debts of around £850 million no commercial lender would have lent this incompetent company any more money. "

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Nuclear Energy UK: We don't need Past Energies, we need Future Energies Blair!
posted by on Monday, December 17, 2001 - 08:19 AM

gfoat writes "Tony Blair this week may order the Government to keep open options for building a new generation of nuclear power stations, despite receiving a report that emphasises the urgency of adopting a radical new agenda to enable the UK to put itself on the path to an environmentally friendly low-carbon economy! See the full article at Independent News"

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Nuclear Energy NUCLEAR PROFITS CRASH AGAIN
posted by on Wednesday, May 16, 2001 - 07:32 AM

gfoat writes "Friends of the Earth said today that nuclear energy “remains wholly uneconomic”, after news that British Energy's latest annual profits have dropped to an all time low of just £10m.The results follow record losses of £337M reported by the state owned British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) last September. "

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Nuclear Energy New meaning to a nuclear power station in your back yard
posted by on Friday, April 27, 2001 - 10:55 AM

ptemple writes "World&I writes "Advances in South Africa and the Netherlands suggest that small-scale fission machines could become safe, reliable, and inexpensive sources of electricity and heat for ships, factories, and perhaps single-family homes.". Plenty of techical details in the article here. Of course, South Africa have an interest in promoting nuclear power, uranium being a byproduct of their gold mining."

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Nuclear Energy Nuclear fuel becomes cheapest energy source
posted by on Tuesday, February 06, 2001 - 06:59 PM

Here is a kick in the teeth for those making money from polluting coal fired power plants. A major US energy group recently backed coal as the future fuel for the US, being the cheapest energy source. This week though the Utility Data Institute announced that the price of nuclear power has dropped below that of coal. So while ABEC may praise the value of price over quality, coal certainly does not, as they said “bring value to consumers ..."

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Nuclear Energy From Earth to Mars in as little as two weeks
posted by on Friday, January 05, 2001 - 11:50 AM

ptemple writes "Scientists have shown that by using the nuclear fuel americium-242m space vehicles can be sent from Earth to Mars in as little as two weeks instead of the current eight and 10 months. More details at CBC"

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