“The nuclear industry is very open and encouraging to helping others improve. If I were to go to a competitor and say, 'I want to understand how you do this particular procedure or perform this process,' they would share it.”
Constellation Energy Nuclear Group
More cooling towers may be popping up at coal and nuclear power plants in New York state, where the Department of Environmental Conservation is considering a policy that would establish closed-cycle cooling as “the best technology available” for industrial facilities that discharge heat.
Fed Corp corrects funding and management continuity issues that have mired the federal used nuclear fuel and high-level radioactive waste management program for decades, resulting in delays and missed deadlines.
Which energy generator uses the least space to produce the most electricity? According to a new study to appear this fall, the answer is nuclear energy.
Constellation Energy Nuclear Group’s Maria Korsnick is the first woman to hold the job of chief nuclear officer in the United States.
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