The nuclear industry really has only one likely future: reactor decommissioning

Decommissioning is Big Business….it Disperses Radioactive Wastes to the Environment in New Ways! Why not contain and leave the reactors and radioactive crapola where it is on the sites as monuments to stand forever as reminders to mans insanity?

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Nuclear utilities and the nuclear industry in general badly need a reality check. The traditional utilities, nuclear or not, need to learn to sell something other than kilowatt-hours or they will not survive the ongoing energy revolution. And the reactor-building industry might want to turn to a safe haven: reactor decommissioning. Building these machines has turned out to be too expensive and too slow. The deconstructing business will only expand. Guaranteed.
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Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (US): The experts on nuclear power and climate change http://www.worldnuclearreport.org/Bulletin-of-the-Atomic-Scientists-US-The-experts-on-nuclear-power-and-climate19 December 2015, by Mycle Schneider

Invited Expert Commentary by Mycle Schneider

The stock market did not hear the call. The claim of four climate mousquetaires at a side event of the Paris climate talks that “nuclear has tremendous potential to be part of the solution to climate change” was lost in space. One day after that enthusiastic statement by former NASA scientist James…

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2 thoughts on “The nuclear industry really has only one likely future: reactor decommissioning

  1. A J Atkinson

    WHAT WOULD RFL PUT FORWARD AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO NUCLEAR ELECTRICAL GENERATION.??????????
    OR ARE WE DESTINED TO RETURN TO CANDLES AND WASH TUBS.???????

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