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What’s Going On in New York?

The Good, the Bad, and the Nonsensical Approach to Nuclear

Michel Lee

In January 2017, two actions took place in New York that could significantly affect the energy system and policy of the state. The first was the signing on January 9th of an agreement to close the Indian Point nuclear […]

A Warming World Needs Nuclear Power?

Roy Morrison

California currently uses 32% renewable power with a mandate for 100 percent renewables by 2045. Capital cost for utility scale solar is about $1.00 per watt and falling with zero fuel costs.

New nukes are several times as expensive plus fuel plus waste treatment with ever-rising costs.

We do […]

Jan. 10th DEC Lunch: The Social Cost of Nuclear Power

Fukushima prefecture in Japan is the site of a 2011 tsunami and nuclear accident after a major earthquake off the east coast of Japan. Despite the very minor release of radiation into the atmosphere, the disaster has had profound effects on the lives of the local citizens. Dr. Davies will share field notes and invite […]

Largest Protest in American History

On June 12, 1982 – 34 years ago today – over 1 million people flooded the streets of New York City to demand an end to nuclear weapons. To this day, it is still the largest political demonstration in American history.

This unprecedented level of organizing and activism was directly responsible for the decline in […]

Meeting of the Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel

Vermont Public Service Department Announces May 28 Meeting of Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel

Montpelier, Vermont – The Public Service Department today announced the next meeting of the Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel will be held on Thursday May 28, 2015, from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM, in the Multi-Purpose Room at Brattleboro Union High […]

Goodbye Vermont Yankee

We’re doin’ fine…

By George Harvey

The reaction of some to the final shutdown of the Vermont Yankee (VY) nuclear plant was predictable. One national investment publication focused on the factoid that Vermont had lost 70% of its electric power. Notice, I said “factoid.” A factoid is something that looks like a fact, […]

Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel Meeting

Montpelier, Vermont – The Public Service Department today announced that the next meeting of the Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel will be held on Wednesday January 28, 2015, from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM, in the Autumn Room at the Quality Inn and Conference Center, 1380 Putney Road, Brattleboro, Vermont.

The agenda for the January […]

Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel to Meet

Vermont Public Service Department Announces November 20 Meeting of Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel.

Montpelier, Vermont – The Public Service Department today announced that the next meeting of the Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel will be held on Thursday November 20, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM, at the Marlboro College Center for Graduate […]

Public invited to comment

The public is invited to submit comments on the Vermont Yankee Site Assessment Study and draft Post-Shutdown Decommissioning Activities Report

Montpelier, Vermont – The Public Service Department today announced that it is seeking written public comments on the Vermont Yankee Site Assessment Study (SAS), and draft Post-Shutdown Decommissioning Activities Report (PSDAR) recently published by Entergy. […]

November 13 Green Energy News

Opinion:

“China’s Climate Change Plan Raises Questions” Many questions surround China’s plans, which President Xi Jinping announced in Beijing alongside President Obama after months of negotiations. In essence, experts asked, do the pledges go far enough, and how will China achieve them? [New York Times] “Carbon Capture, Water, and the U.S.-China Climate Agreement” The agreement […]