Duke Energy Would Embrace Waste Recycling if Feds Provide Support

September 2010
Nuclear Waste News;9/1/2010, Vol. 30 Issue 17, p6
The article focuses on the decision of Duke Energy, the operator of seven nuclear plants, to support nuclear waste recycling in the U.S. provided that the federal government would impose a cost-effective national policy regarding high-level radioactive waste.


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