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Nuclear Energy Insight 2011

Companies, Employees Lend A Hand in Their Communities ... Duke’s Oconee Reactor Goes Digital ... Enhancing Safety at U.S. Nuclear Energy Facilities ... U.S. Nuclear Plants Took Immediate Steps for Safety ... One-On-One With Dominion‘s David Heacock: Dominion Nuclear Executive on Life After Fukushima Daiichi ... Plant Neighbors—And a Lot of Them—Favor Use and Expansion of Nuclear Energy ... TVA to Expand Nuclear Portfolio by Completing Bellefonte ... Nebraska’s Fort Calhoun Withstands Record Flood

Nuclear Industry Reaches Out to Minorities … New Congress Offers New Opportunities … Congressional Leaders Assess Nuclear Energy Issues … One-On-One With James Conca: Base energy policy choices in the long term … Supercomputer Starts Up ‘Virtual Reactor’ … Nuclear Engineers Speak Their Own Language; Krepel Signs It … Pay-as-You-Go Plan Saves in the Long Run

Unions Drive Training Programs For Nuclear Work Force … Nuclear Energy: Reliable and Growing … Employees Help Wildlife Thrive at Peach Bottom Plant … Rep. Fred Upton Supports Nuclear Energy …  Proposed EPA Rule Could Cost Consumers $95 Billion … First Reactor Powered the Lights 60 Years Ago … Nuclear Sets Safety Example for Deep Sea Oil Drilling
Safety First: U.S. Nuclear Industry Plans Coordinated Response to Fukushima … Help Wanted: 25,000 Skilled Workers … Polls Show Continued Support for Nuclear Energy … Special Equipment, Unmanned Vehicles Aid Fukushima Response ... Graduates Ready for Nuclear Energy Jobs … Next-Generation Work Force Gets an EPIC Boost … Power Player: Environmentalist Jesse Jenkins: Nuclear Energy Consistent With Clean Air Goals … Fukushima, Chernobyl and the Nuclear Event Scale