Truthout: Nuclear Power Is Not "Green Energy": It Is a Fount of Atomic Waste (Arnie Gundersen)

Truthout: Nuclear Power Is Not "Green Energy": It Is a Fount of Atomic Waste (Arnie Gundersen)

Starting in 1971, I became a card-carrying member of the "nuclear priesthood." I began as a licensed nuclear reactor operator and progressed through the industry to become a senior vice president. I believed, with religious fervor, that by helping to build and operate atomic power reactors, I would be creating power that was "too cheap to meter."

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A Road Less Taken: Energy Choices for the Future - Fairewinds' Johnson State College Presentation

A Road Less Taken: Energy Choices for the Future - Fairewinds' Johnson State College Presentation

This week Fairewinds' compares the paradigm of 20th century large nuclear power plants to the new 21st century paradigm utilizing smaller interconnected renewable sources of power in what is called distributed generation. View "A Road Less Taken: Energy Choices for the Future", Arnie's presentation at Vermont's Johnson State College.

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The Road Less Taken: Energy Choices for the Future, featuring Amory Lovins

The Road Less Taken: Energy Choices for the Future, featuring Amory Lovins

Today we feature an interview with Amory Lovins, preeminent environmental thinker and co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Institute. With forty years of energy policy experience, Amory Lovins has dedicated himself to the idea that our energy future does not have to look like our energy past.

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Nuclear Power: Everything But The Kitchen Sink…

Nuclear Power: Everything But The Kitchen Sink…

All Things Political host Steve Leal interviews chief engineer Arnie Gundersen of Fairewinds Energy Education and financial analyst Russell Lowe. The show discusses the recently released Fukushima Nuclear Accident Independent Investigation Commission report; the San Onofre steam generator modifications and ensuing complications in California; loan guarantees for the nuclear industry; radiation concerns worldwide; whistleblowers and domestic nuclear issues; and a future with energy alternatives.

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