3 min ago | KUOW-FM Seattle
The people overseeing the cleanup of the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster are learning some valuable lessons from the long-running cleanup at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.
1 hr ago | MLive.com
For nuclear power plants, the question of whether to replace vs. repair isn't as simple a call as, say, buying a new car after the old one wears out, an independent nuclear safety expert explained.
5 hrs ago | StamfordPlus.com
Today, U.S. Senator Chris Murphy announced his support for a bill being crafted in the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources that would establish a new nuclear waste administration and create a consent-based process for siting nuclear waste facilities.
9 hrs ago | KHGI
An engineering firm says it plans to appeal a decision by federal regulators in favor of a whistleblower allegedly fired for reporting unsafe conditions at a nuclear power plant in eastern Kansas.
13 hrs ago | Energy Tribune
Japan is considering resuming talks with India on bilateral cooperation in nuclear energy, the government's top spokesman said Monday.
Monday night, nuclear regulators tried to calm fears about a huge crack found on one of Duke Energy's nuclear reactors in Wake County.
South Korea and the U.S. will resume talks to revise a restrictive bilateral nuclear energy treaty in Seoul on June 3. The talks will be the first round since the two countries agreed to extend the current treaty, which expires in March 2014, by two years while they try to iron out their differences.
Federal nuclear regulators are meeting with managers from Westinghouse Electric Co.
U.S. nuclear-power output increased to its highest level in 10 weeks as the South Texas Nuclear Project and other plants returned to production after maintenance closures, according to a Bloomberg analysis of Nuclear Regulatory Commission data.
The planned shut down of Britain's oldest nuclear reactor on Anglesey could be extended by 15 months if safety inspectors approve the work, says its operator.
Federal regulators have indefinitely delayed a decision on the proposed restart of the shuttered San Onofre nuclear power plant in California, raising new questions Monday about whether the twin reactors will produce electricity again.
E.On Russia, the Russian subsidiary of Germany's E.On power company, will transfer 100% of the net profit the energy company made in 2012, some $583 million into dividends, marking a record for the Russian domestic electricity market.
A program that explores nuclear fusion at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is shutting down, after its U.S. funding was cut.
Farmers in Fukushima have started planting rice in the former radioactive no-go zone, as close as 15 km from the TEPCO plant which suffered a meltdown in March 2011.
Algeria plans to build its first nuclear plant in 2025 to cope with the country's soaring electricity consumption, the official APS news agency reported Sunday, citing Minister of Energy and Mines, Yousef Yousfi.
Protesters in Taiwan rally against nuclear energy. Hundreds flooded the streets of Taipei on Sunday to demand that the government halt the construction of a controversial nuclear power plant.
AT THE start of this year Germany officially entered the Dark Ages again - at least according to its state weather service.