6 thoughts on “Nuclear Renaissance”

  1. It’s a shame that “climate change” is used as a justification. Access to abundant, cheap energy is enough.

    1. Totally agree with you there. I don’t care what their justification is (even the ‘climate change’ canard), getting new reactors online is a terrific advancement.

      1. Except if they cost significantly more than alternatives, it’s no advancement at all, it’s just another way to waste money. Costs matter.

        At least it wouldn’t be as much of a boondoggle as nuclear fusion.

  2. Would be nice if the NASA bureaucrats didn’t hamstring power density by insisting on LEU. At least the non proliferation folks will be happy.

  3. One hopes this article’s predictions come to pass. But its author works for the Lexington Institute, Loren Thompson’s “think tank.” So the only thing absolutely certain here is that BWXT paid to have this written.

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