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For decades many have considered nuclear fusion to be the brass ring of energy technologies, believing that – were it to be successful and commercially viable – it would offer...
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Full Title: Will Low Natural Gas Prices Eliminate the Nuclear Option in the US? Author(s): Rob Graber and Tom Retson Publisher(s): EnergyPath Corporation Publication Date: 1/2013 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description: This study is intended to compare...
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Thanks to breakthroughs in seismic imaging, horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing, the US in 2012 reduced its reliance on much dirtier coal by shifting to gas-fired power plants. This trend...
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An analysis has been made to determine if there would be enough electricity in the US by 2050 to support a carbon-free future to avoid the worst effects of climate...
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Domestic natural gas production continues to expand, while natural gas spot prices are at historic lows. Many utilities are responding to these changing market dynamics by building gas plants or...
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Full Title: Workshop on South Korea as a Responsible Nuclear Supplier Author(s): Dr. Emma Belcher, Dr. Jor-shan Choi, Dr. Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress, Dr. Robert Gallucci, Dr. Alan Hanson, Mr. Mark Hibbs, Ms. Gretchen Hund,...
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Full Title: World Energy Resources - E-storage: Shifting from Cost to Value Author(s): World Energy Council Publisher(s): World Energy Council Publication Date: 01/2016 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): Following rapid cost reductions and significant improvements in capacity...
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Full Title: World Energy Resources, 2013 Survey Author(s): N/A Publisher(s): World Energy Council Publication Date: 1/2013 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): The 2013 report covers all fossil resources (coal, oil, both conventional and unconventional and gas, both conventional and...
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