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Wednesday
Nov152017

Does Nuclear Power Have a Robust Future in the U.S.?

Supporters say reforms would allow the industry to scale up and reduce costs. But skeptics say market forces working against the industry are too strong.

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Thursday
Nov092017

VIDEO — Nick Hodge: Uranium Prices Have to Rise Soon

Hodge, who runs the Outsider Club, explains why he thinks a uranium rally isn't far off. He also touches on gold, cryptocurrencies and cannabis stocks.

Uranium has spent years in the doldrums, but Nick Hodge, founder and president of the Outsider Club, thinks it won’t be long before there’s a turnaround.

“I don’t think any uranium company in the world is making money [at $20 to $21 a pound], and so by the laws of supply and demand, the price has to rise,”

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Thursday
Nov022017

Nuclear Energy In America Is Teetering On A Cusp

Nuclear in America is on a cusp between two very different paths. One path leads to continued global leadership. The other leads to a slow fading of our nuclear program to that of a third-rate power, leaving Russia and China to lead the world.

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Thursday
Oct262017

How China has Become the World's Fastest Expanding Nuclear Power Producer


Some countries are introducing nuclear power for the first time; others are expanding their fleet. This will be one of the topics on the agenda of theInternational Ministerial Conference on Nuclear Power in the 21st century. This article sheds light on China as the fastest expanding nuclear power producer in the world.

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Wednesday
Oct252017

Will This Trump Move Trigger A Coal And Nuclear Buying Spree?

You probably haven’t heard about it. But one of the most critical energy developments in years is now gearing up for a major battle in America. 

That’s a slate of new regulations around power pricing across the U.S. which have been proposed by the Trump-era Department of Energy (DOE), in order to give coal and nuclear power generation a boost — opened for public comment this week. 

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Wednesday
Oct182017

Lights that a hurricane can’t blow out

 

Taking U.S. nuclear reactors offline risks future power outages from dangerous monster storms

With millions of Americans experiencing power outages

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Monday
Oct092017

Rising Costs Slow The Growth Of Nuclear Power

We feel like we have been here many times before.

The troubled history of Britain’s replacement nuclear power station Hinckley Point C (HPC) will have received scant, if any, coverage in the U.S.

But the story is an illustration of the blind alley in which nuclear power finds itself. The debate is one that is being (or will be) enacted in many other countries that rely on nuclear power as part of their energy mix.

Eight years behind schedule,

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Wednesday
Oct042017

58 Insane facts about Bitcoin

Josh Wardini very kindly sent us this Infogram so we are posting it for your consideration and enjoyment:


So there you go.
Wednesday
Sep202017

Market Alert: An Opportunity in the "King Contrarian" Commodity

 

 

In our post bag this morning we received this post from Sprott Global Resource Investments and it is the first bit of good news that we have had for some time in this battered sector of the market.

Summary:

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Tuesday
Sep122017

Offshore wind energy is cheaper than new nuclear power for first time

Improved infrastructure and higher voltage cables have in recent years sent prices for wind power tumbling

For the first time ever, the cost of generating energy from offshore wind farms in the UK has tumbled below the price that nuclearreactors will charge in future.

Official data published on Monday reveals that offshore wind projects due to generate power in 2021-22 were awarded contracts at £74.75 per megawatt hour, while those set to generate in 2022-23 were awarded contracts for a subsidy of just £57.50.

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