If it’s not Sustainable, its Condition is Terminal.

September 28, 2020

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§ The most recent reported status of US nuclear power plants can be found at the US Nuclear Power Report, a distressingly dull account of NRC news, posted on non-holiday weekdays and Saturdays. As of September 28, out of 97 US-licensed power reactors (including Three Mile Island, and Indian Point 2, which have been closed down), 12 were at reduced output and 12 not operating.

§ Video: Energy Week – 9-24-2020: Hurricane Sally hit Florida. Scientific American endorsed a presidential candidate for the first time in 175 years. The Icebreaker wind farm in Lake Erie is getting another chance. BP is moving into solar power. Hurricane Ianos hit Greece. California had a terrible week. Tropical Storm Beta hit Texas. Shell will provide renewable energy to Microsoft. And there is more.

§ You can get a copy of the latest Green Energy Times, the September 2020 edition, by downloading the pdf file HERE.

3 Responses to “If it’s not Sustainable, its Condition is Terminal.”

  1. Just saw you post your Blog at Enenews. What a wonderful Resource!! Thanks GeoHarvey! Whoopie

  2. g fv Says:

    Mr Harvey,
    Are we not mistaken. It is my understanding that Kewaunee is now operating under decommissioning funds no longer from operating funds…
    Thus, albeit I may be mistaken, we have 102 Reactors and decreasing… as I write…

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