Nuclear Industry Leaders Identify Challenges on Road to U.S. Nuclear Energy Renaissance
“We must do a better job at engaging thoughtful people in a factual discussion. We must train and empower our people as ambassadors for nuclear energy”
Financial, regulatory and communications challenges are among those that still must be met to bring the emerging "nuclear energy renaissance" to fruition, Nuclear Energy Institute leaders told hundreds of ... via PR-inside.com
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Since: Jan 07
#1 May 28, 2007
Better do something better than in the past. So many are afraid of hnuke power.. and still no permanent waste depository. Better so something! We will need the power soon... as oil runs out and coal is too dirty and becoming scarce in W. Va.
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