The website is hosted by John Shanahan, a civil engineer with a career in nuclear power in the USA and Switzerland. He lives in Denver, Colorado, USA.
The website technology and communications director is Michael Hancock, a retired software development manager with international experience. He lives in Denver.
The mission of the website is to contribute to global public education about the importance of energy and energy by-products for people and the environment in the modern world. It includes content from anti-technology alarmist organizations.
There is an International Board of Advisors that contributes ideas, essays and connections with other leaders.
The website has a library of over 2,630 articles, essays, reports, whole eBooks, PowerPoint Presentations, and videos by more than 1,500 authors or organizations.
Every topic has more than one point of view.
The content is intended to help people who want good information: students, teachers, professors, parents, technicians, professionals, and leaders in business and government.
A newsletter is issued monthly that covers many topics on the website. A supplement newsletter on a single topic or person is also issued monthly. They are sent to subscribers in over 123 countries.
We work with colorful, inspiring photos as much as possible. The main focal point is people everywhere.
Gather articles daily for posting on the website about wind, solar, biomass, hydro-electric, fossil fuels, and nuclear energy, related technologies and by-products, nuclear medicine, benefits of low-dose radiation, environmental topics, and people who use and manage these necessities for the modern world. Present different points of view.
Engage in discussions with authors.
Publish a newsletter about content on the website. Send newsletter to people in over 123 countries.
Contribute to education on these topics for students, parents, teachers, professors, professional, technicians, and leaders in business and government around the world.
Board of Advisors