Coming Full Circle in Energy, to Nuclear

By Eduardo Porter ( “The New York Times” – August 20, 2013) 

A new generation of nuclear power… is potentially the cheapest energy source of all.

The study projected that the typical nuclear generator in North America could produce power at $50 to $75 per megawatt-hour, depending on assumptions about construction costs and interest rates, against $70 to $80 for coal-fueled power. Wind-powered electricity would cost from $60 to $90, but there are limits to how much it can be scaled up. A megawatt-hour of solar power still costs in the hundreds…….CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE

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