- We tried to build a nuclear fusion reactor
- Major breakthrough on nuclear fusion energy
- Hyping the Energy Transition
- We were promised smaller nuclear reactors. Where are they?
- How artificial intelligence could lower nuclear energy costs
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Six nuclear reactors just 9 feet across planned for Idaho were supposed to prove out the dream of cheap, small-scale nuclear energy. Now the project has been canceled.
Small modular reactors could be quicker and cheaper to build. Now, they’ve reached a major milestone.
Consumption of fossil fuels is growing faster than ever.
«Last year, according to data from the BP Statistical Review of World Energy, in both the US, and the world as a whole, the growth in hydrocarbons—oil, natural gas, and coal—far exceeded the growth of wind and solar by huge margins.»
A lab in Oxfordshire takes a big step towards harnessing the energy source of the stars.
Nuclear power plants provide large amounts of electricity without releasing planet-warming pollution. But the expense of running these plants has made it difficult for them to stay open. If nuclear is…
Radioactive diamond batteries were immediately acclaimed because they promised a new, cost-effective way of recycling nuclear waste.
How we turned 20,000 Soviet nukes into zero-carbon energy — and how we can do the same with some of our own.
Finland avoided some of the mistakes made elsewhere and opened its waste repository.
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