New Plants on the Horizon?

Eisenberg, Daniel; Roston, Eric
June 2005
Time;6/20/2005, Vol. 165 Issue 25, p43
Focuses on the possibility of new nuclear power plants being constructed. Resurgence of nuclear power, more than a quarter-century after the Three Mile Island accident appeared to seal the fate of nuclear power; Concerns about global warming and the use of fossil fuels, compounded with the need for more electricity, leading to nuclear power's appeal; Lobbying of economically depressed places like Port Gibson, MS and Oswego NY to be locations for a nuclear power plant.


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