Posted November 14, 2012
The UAE will rely on technological expertise from American companies for its first nuclear power plants...
Posted November 2, 2012
EON AG, which recently pulled out of the UK Horizon nuclear project, has also pulled out of a Finnish project. And this could spell failure for the nuclear venture...
Posted October 29, 2012
After escalating costs forced two German utilities to pull out of Britain's Horizon Project, Hitachi Ltd. will purchase the project...
Posted October 23, 2012
After an attempted sale, Dominion Resources (NYSE: D) is shutting down its Wisconsin nuclear plant for good...
Posted October 16, 2012
Despite doubts surrounding the project, Poland's government plans to push ahead the $15.8 billion nuclear power station...
Posted October 3, 2012
Nuclear companies like Exelon Corp. (NYSE: EXC) and Southern Co. (NYSE: SO) are pushing for a relaxation of strict export regulations, still in place from the Cold War...
Posted October 2, 2012
Despite Japan's announcement that it will phase out nuclear power by 2040, a Japanese company has resumed construction on an atomic reactor...
Posted October 1, 2012
Due to high capital costs, EON AG and RWE AG are pulling out of Britain's Horizon nuclear project, and the companies have closed bidding...
Posted September 10, 2012
For those of you who have been bullish on thorium, this power plant could open the flood gates on a fuel that, as a resource, is incredibly abundant throughout the world.
Posted August 27, 2012
Safety checks and plant refueling to take more nuclear plants offline this fall.
Posted August 13, 2012
With technology improvements and the dire need for fewer GHG emissions, the future of energy could be with nuclear.
Posted August 8, 2012
Let KEPCO's nuclear power plant division make you rich.
Posted August 6, 2012
Duke Energy's Florida nuclear plant needs extensive repairs, and CEO Jim Rogers believes it may need more than the estimated $1.3 billion in investments.
Posted July 19, 2012
Editor Keith Kohl explains why the world's largest oil producer is desperately trying to avoid an energy crisis.
Posted July 13, 2012
The International Atomic Energy Agency is still projecting up to 803 gigawatts of nuclear capacity in place globally by 2030. That's a 113% increase from the 377 GW in place at the end of 2010.