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By Mary Ann Giordano and Larry Rohter Matthew Wald contributed reporting from Washington.
By JAKE ARMSTRONG ATLANTA - Georgia Power filed a plan with state regulators Friday that, if approved, would nearly double the output of nuclear power at Plant Vogtle and could lead to one of the largest wood-burning biomass power plants in the country.
By JACK SPENCER; NICK LORIS What does uranium have in common with Arctic oil, off-shore natural gas, coastal wind and cellulosic ethanol? They're all sources of energy that government bureaucrats have declared off- limits - needlessly. Just last month, Rep.
According to Xinhua Domestic report from Beijing by reporter Fan Xi , China No 1 Heavy Machinery Group Company and the China Nuclear Industry Group Company signed an agreement on 1 Aug in Beijing to provide four sets of pressure containers for million-kw class nuclear reactors.
By Russell Ray, Tampa Tribune, Fla. Aug.
By Russell Ray, Tampa Tribune, Fla. Aug. 1--TAMPA -- Tampa Electric Co. is shopping around for nuclear power, a source of carbon-free energy that will become increasingly valuable should regulators follow through with promises to limit carbon emissions.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/e7ef88/the_rebirth_of_nuc) has announced the addition of the "The Rebirth of Nuclear Power In the United States" report to their offering.
Shandong Nuclear Power along with Westinghouse Electric and its consortium partner The Shaw Group, have broken ground on the Haiyang nuclear power facility in Shandong Province of China, one month earlier than scheduled.
OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - July 28, 2008) - The Honourable Tony Clement, Minister of Health, today welcomed the report of an ad hoc advisory group of health specialists that has been looking at ways to minimize potential future disruptions of medical imaging services related to the isotope supply.
By Heron Marquez Estrada, Star Tribune, Minneapolis Jul.
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