Insurance Key to Nuclear Growth

Lehmann, R. J.
August 2008
Best's Review;Aug2008, Vol. 109 Issue 4, p14
Trade Publication
The article offers nuclear power-related development in the U.S. Due to the rising prices of energy, nuclear power is considered an alternative solution for the problem. The issue is also tackled during the presidential debate of Senators John McCain and Barack Obama, wherein McCain called for the construction of the 45 new reactors until 2028. Obama criticized such plan, stressing how McCain will handle the nuclear waste.


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