Posted July 12, 2012
Energy and Capital Editor Keith Kohl offers 329 reasons why nuclear energy will continue to grow over the coming decades.
Posted July 11, 2012
The country that played host to the worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl is already clamoring to restart the nukes less than a year and a half later. Nuclear's still growing.
Posted July 9, 2012
Nuclear restart in Japan reveals new investment opportunities.
Posted March 16, 2012
Tubes in the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station in Southern California have failed pressure tests, sparking NRC investigations.
Posted February 27, 2012
Editor Jeff Siegel reveals an under-the-radar play in nuclear development.
Posted February 10, 2012
First Solar's $646 million loan guarantee from the DOE has been delayed, and it's ensuring a project's sale.
Posted January 30, 2012
Editor Jeff Siegel reveals Warren Buffett's growth strategy for energy investing.
Posted January 27, 2012
We all know oil's back over $100 as the economy starts to rebound. And natural gas prices are at decade lows because of abundant new supply. But what's up with uranium?
Posted December 19, 2011
Editor Jeff Siegel discusses India's aggressive new energy policies.
Posted December 9, 2011
Fears over the Iranian nuclear program have sparked some countries to impose sanctions. And these sanctions could drive up the price of oil
Posted November 4, 2011
If a sophisticated computer worm can be designed to silently infiltrate secret enrichment facilities in Iran, it can certainly be duplicated or modified to do so elsewhere - on any number of critical infrastructure components.
Posted October 26, 2011
Despite the devastation and radiation leaks in Japan that occurred after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, China, India and Russia are planning or already constructing a combined 125 nuclear reactors, all that need uranium to help power them.
Posted October 19, 2011
Editor Jeff Siegel uncovers the latest on Japan's nuclear power industry.
Posted October 13, 2011
Nuclear Engineering International reports "Eagle Rock will have an annual production capacity of approximately 3.3 million SWU, and there will be the possibility of doubling that capacity if market conditions are favorable, Areva says."
Posted August 22, 2011
Editor Jeff Siegel explains why the next solar bull market is about to get underway...