Nuclear Power’s Death Somewhat Exaggerated via The New York Times

NUCLEAR energy is going through an odd patch. It refuses to die, but it does not prosper.

This is how modest the nuclear industry’s prospects now look: Senator Lamar Alexander, a Tennessee Republican who has called for building 100 reactors in the next few years, told a conference of industry specialists in late March that the long-ballyhooed “nuclear renaissance” did not really exist anymore. Now, he said, it is an “awakening to the awareness of nuclear.”

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