Today: 23.Nov.2020

The Economic Times - India: The global nuclear industry is going through a virtual meltdown on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean. This is happening even as India is investing heavily in nuclear energy. This collapse of atomic giants offers New Delhi a new opportunity and many in the Indian atomic establishment are silently celebrating this premature death of suitors who were wooing to put tens of atomic plants in India estimated to cost at least $150 billion.

Published in Fission - uranium fuel

Michael Shellenberger, Founder & President of Environmental Progress, website: www.environmentalprogress.org: "While it is tempting to blame low natural gas prices and misplaced post-Fukushima jitters, nuclear’s troubles are rooted in regulatory capture — a capture that finds its genesis in the origins of the U.S. environmental movement. This capture is now threatening to bring this climate-friendly energy source to the brink" [in the United States. Nuclear power will continue to thrive in Russia, Asia and other parts of the world not in the half century long grip of extreme environmental organizations. A world without nuclear power is a world much less well off for people and the environment. - John Shanahan, Go Nuclear, Inc. & Environmentalists for Nuclear - USA]

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