What’s the first thing you think of when you hear the word nuclear? Mushroom clouds? Three Mile Island’s reactor towers surrounded by swirling steam? Chilling memories of your school’s air raid drills during the Cold War?
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The Nikkei business daily earlier reported that the two sides would team up to develop a compact next-generation reactor that can operate for up to 100 years without refueling to provide emission-free energy.
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By MATTHEW DALY, Associated Press Writer Matthew Daly, Associated Press Writer – Tue Feb 16, 4:48 pm ET
WASHINGTON – More than $8 billion in new federal loan guarantees to build two nuclear reactors in Georgia could be the first step toward a nuclear renaissance in the United States, three decades after the Three Mile Island nuclear accident halted all new reactor orders.
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At 5 pm on Channel 2, Tue Feb 16, Jasmina Vujic will be speaking with reporters regarding President Obama's announcement today regarding investment in nuclear power plants