Fission Accomplished; Will There Be Enough Money When Nuclear Plants Close?
By Ken Picard
In the world of industrial-scale electricity generation, some structures are so large and powerful that the sight of them takes your breath away. Their massive, spinning turbines can generated millions of kilowatt-hours of cheap and reliable energy for years at a time, while contributing virtually nothing to global warming.
Yet, even these enormous and seemingly permanent structures eventually reach the end of their operational lives.
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