Abu Dhabi is commissioning a new set of nuclear plants for the first time in 2018, that will generate 25% of its power. I find this a bit hard to understand, since it’s happening just as countries like Germany and Italy are decommissioning their nuclear power. Also, Abu
In the wake of Japan’s natural disasters and nuclear spill-out, the country’s prime minister Naoto Kan announced that it would look for renewable energy alternatives to power the country.
In line with that previous announcement, AFP reports that the country is expected to announce at the G8
In the wake of the Japanese nuclear crisis, only 43 percent of Americans say they support construction of new nuclear plants, a steep drop from the 58 percent who said they approved of new plants in 2008, a CBS News poll shows.
While 7 in 10 Americans said they believe nuclear power is generally safe, only 35
While the US considers whether to suspend plans for new nuclear plants in the wake of a potential disaster in Japan, other countries are already re-thinking or abandoning plans for a nuclear future. Since last week’s massive earthquake in Japan triggered the fear of radiation leaks from the Fukushima Daiichi Plant, Germany and Switzerland have both suspended plans