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Russia is literally pushing the boat out with small modular reactor (SMR) technology. Earlier this year, World Nuclear News reported on how Rosenergoatom, Russia’s state-owned manufacturer, had put two reactors onto a barge in Saint Petersburg after four years of testing. The barge-based plant is intended to set sail for northeast Russia’s Chukotka Peninsula, in… Read more »

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Nuclear power could be our salvation Gwyneth Cravens | Posted: Sunday, November 24, 2013 12:00 am Like many Americans who grew up during the height of the Cold War, I was deeply skeptical about nuclear energy. As a child, I was plagued by dreams of exploding nuclear bombs, and for years afterward I associated nuclear… Read more »

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  Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said Monday that nuclear power will play a key role in a low-carbon future both in the U.S. and abroad. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz pushed the president’s climate action plan Monday and admonished Congress for failing to address global warming. “Today, more than any time in our history, the global community… Read more »

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Times are tough.  If your company is like most, your staff is stretched to its limits.  Layoffs, employee burnout and drastic cost-cutting measures are part of your business vernacular.   So what’s that old saying?  When the going gets tough, the tough use staffing.  Well, that’s not it exactly, but staffing services can be a… Read more »