We've got it for 10,000 years, so where does it go?
Articles tagged "nuclear power"
Now there are only thousands more to go.
What about renewables, you ask?
Thanks to the government shutdown, the inspectors are all stuck at home.
Jellyfish are getting sucked into nuke plants all over the world. The ocean's most irritating creature, it turns out, is also a threat to the power supply.
The long tail of Fukushima reaches all the way to British Columbia.
To contain radioactive water from spilling into the Pacific Ocean, Japan is building an ice wall around the Fukushima nuclear plant.
There will be a “measurable increase in radioactive materials,” but the concentration will be well below safety levels by that point.
Tepco, the plant's operating authority, is still struggling to contain the mess, let alone stabilize it long term.
Bill Gates' nuclear power company just quietly announced they're getting into the thorium game.
Nuclear reactor safety improved worldwide last year, but the day in which we have to replace old reactors with new production capacity is approaching.
We all need to adjust our expectations for the carbon-free underachiever.
Iran is still hell-bent for nuclear, despite being one of the most earthquake-prone nations on the planet.
Despite the terror inspired by nuclear disasters like Fukushima and Chernobyl, the ledgers say nuclear power is way better for humanity.
Coal will kill you a million times over before nuclear even sits down at the table.
It's rather frustrating to see China take the lead using research the US pioneered.
Filmmaker Itai Keshet's new short documentary looks at the fallout of Fukushima two years later. Motherboard has the exclusive, and an interview with the director.
When it comes to carbon-free nuclear, China is positioning itself to be a world leader, and to get paid while doing it.
The nukes are back, Fukushima be damned.
And it's probably a good idea.
If you live in Pennsylvania, some of the snow that gently fell across upon town last night was probably made by a nuclear power plant.