Nuclear Power: The U.S. and The World

We hear this debate rage about how US has lost its “nuclear prowess” to countries like China, Japan, South Korean and EU countries. I must admit I feel some angst when looking at the peaceful use of nuclear power that began as an industry in the US and see countries taking that technology and deploying […]

Renewable Energy – Research and Development Possibilities

Investment in alternative fuels and the continued development of renewable generation sources is ever increasing. In 2004, reported by a Worldwatch Institute report, the global investment in renewable energy hit a record $30 billion, accounting for 20-25 percent of all investment in the power industry. With political and global warming concerns that investment will continue […]

February 2008

New Nuclear Plants Technology Investment Series – Chapter 2 Click here for: Chapter 1 Explosive Growth Potential in Nuclear New Nuclear Plants are being proposed and applied for by a number of Electric Utilities (over 17 total today) both with and without nuclear experience. Through January 24, 2008, twenty-one new unit applications have been applied […]

January 2008

New Nuclear Plants Technology Investment Series – Chapter 1 We hope you and your families had a wonderful holiday season over the past few weeks and are off to a great start to 2008! In late 2007 we initiated this monthly newsletter release and are planning on continuing in 2008. We are always interested in […]

December 2007

Proposed Technical Tax Corrections Limit Qualified Energy Research Credits In the Tax Technical Corrections Act of 2007, technical corrections are being proposed with respect to a number of Acts and Legislation going back to 1998 and includes the Energy Policy Act of 2006. The bill is being introduced as H.R. 4195 in the House of […]