Posted July 26, 2011
Allow me to make a statement without any qualifiers: The nuclear industry is not dead.
Posted June 29, 2011
Guest contributor Brianna Panzica comments on the NRC's desire for new reactors and the review of old ones.
Posted June 24, 2011
Guest contributor Brianna Panzica discusses the results of the International Atomic Energy Agency's 5-day conference.
Posted June 22, 2011
In only a few years' time, the solar market has gone from "That stuff'll never work" to a billion-dollar acquisition target of the biggest oil companies in the world.
Posted June 20, 2011
Guest contributor Brianna Panzica discusses the AP's review of nuclear regulations, or lack thereof.
Posted April 28, 2011
Guest contributor Kaitlin Walter explains why nuclear power will still dominate China's energy plans.
Posted April 22, 2011
Analyst Luke Burgess gives investors detailed information on how to take advantage of what he believes will be the biggest energy investment opportunity of 2011.
Posted March 22, 2011
The takeaway is this: We are at the beginning of a decades-long energy bull market induced by population-driven demand and limited supply... Mining accidents, oil spills, and earthquakes don't change that.
Posted March 17, 2011
Editor Chris DeHaemer shares with readers why waiting for natural gas to go up has been a little like waiting for Godot.
Posted March 14, 2011
Editor Jeff Siegel discusses how Japan's nuclear power crisis could end support for nuclear power in the United States.
Posted September 7, 2010
Editor Nick Hodge chronicles the dire water situation in the Middle East, and discusses emerging solutions and profit opportunities.
Posted August 10, 2010
Energy & Capital editor Nick Hodge discusses nuclear powered desalination and its benefits over other systems.
Posted July 22, 2010
Energy and Capital Editor Nick Hodge shares with readers details on a little-known nuclear company that's set to explode on certain hidden news...
Posted April 10, 2007
Uranium's meteoric rise has only just begun. Today the other yellow metal not only breached the $100 per pound mark--it smashed it! The spot price for uranium soared to $113 per pound. But is it time to break out the champagne?