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Millennial Leaders Offer Nuclear Industry a Bright Future

The passionate leadership that will guide the nuclear industry into the future was on display at the Millennial Nuclear Caucus last week. More than 50 young leaders in nuclear energy gathered Oct. 19 at the National Union Building in Washington, D.C., for an evening of thoughtful discussion and collaboration on how to shape the industry moving forward.

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Re: Millennial Leaders Offer Nuclear Industry a Bright Future
« Reply #1 on: Jan 19, 2018, 04:31 »
Hopefully it didn't start until 1030....


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Re: Millennial Leaders Offer Nuclear Industry a Bright Future
« Reply #2 on: Jan 19, 2018, 07:48 »
Hopefully it didn't start until 1030....




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But as long as we have taken that fork in the road.



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Re: Millennial Leaders Offer Nuclear Industry a Bright Future
« Reply #3 on: Jan 19, 2018, 09:02 »
The industry is dying

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Re: Millennial Leaders Offer Nuclear Industry a Bright Future
« Reply #4 on: Jan 23, 2018, 10:40 »



But as long as we have taken that fork in the road.



Awesome. Fortunately, Ben Shapiro also calls himself a millennial so there is hope...


Unfortunately, ...and I never ever imagined myself ever considering this... I am starting to agree with Broad Reru TVA. The generation side of this industry seems to be going down much too quickly. I hope we are both wrong.
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Re: Millennial Leaders Offer Nuclear Industry a Bright Future
« Reply #5 on: Jan 23, 2018, 11:27 »

Awesome. Fortunately, Ben Shapiro also calls himself a millennial so there is hope...


Unfortunately, ...and I never ever imagined myself ever considering this... I am starting to agree with Broad Reru TVA. The generation side of this industry seems to be going down much too quickly. I hope we are both wrong.

Nuclear as we know it yes, but it seems to be healthy and moving forward everywhere but the US (well maybe not Japan). The grid is changing if nuclear does not change with it, it is buggy whips.

 


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