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

March 31, 2023

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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 when the NRC gives us news to post. As of March 31, out of 93 US-licensed power reactors (including Vogtle 3, which is now starting to generate electricity), 15 were at reduced output and 9 not operating.

§ Video: Energy Week #514 – 3/16/2023: Amogy is converting a tugboat to run on green ammonia. The EU is pushing for a phase-out of fossil fuels. La Niña has ended and El Niño is on the way. Bloomberg says internal combustion engines hit a peak in 2017. We don’t have to replace all fossil fuel use because most of it is lost to inefficiencies. The Willow oil project has been approved. We take a look at atmospheric rivers. And there is more.

§ You can get a copy of the latest Green Energy Times, the February, 2023 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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