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Experts Say Funding Commitment Needed for Nuclear to Remain Viable Option

A long-term commitment to research is needed if nuclear energy is to remain a part of the energy mix, according to expert witnesses at a U.S. Senate hearing this week.

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Offline Fluffy Bunny

A long-term commitment to research.

At 7 Billion per reactor, you would think GE & Westinghouse (or their foreign owners) could afford to do a little R&D, and not have to beg the government for more Welfare for physicists.
« Last Edit: Dec 06, 2016, 08:21 by Fluffy Bunny »
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