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Is Nuclear Power Europe’s Only Chance of Survival?

Written by Jeff Siegel
Posted September 8, 2022

This winter is going to be a glimpse of what life is going to be like as Europe rapidly transitions away from Russian energy reliance and toward nuclear...

The U.S. Is Suffering From “China Syndrome”

Written by Luke Sweeney
Posted August 17, 2022

Today, China Syndrome has evolved into the fear of a practically nonexistent threat. To put it bluntly, it’s time for the world to get over it.

“The Mouse” Could Go Nuclear Tomorrow

Written by Luke Sweeney
Posted June 27, 2022

A nuclear reactor at Disney World only sounds far-fetched until it isn't. If the top minds at Disney calculated that it was the best and cheapest option for power, analyst Luke Sweeney firmly believes they would follow through.

The “Fallout” From Three Mile Island Is Still Spreading

Written by Luke Sweeney
Posted May 9, 2022

America’s worst nuclear accident on record occurred on March 28, 1979. It birthed the long-standing public fear of nuclear energy that still lingers today.

Future Fusion Forthcoming

Written by Zak Rosen
Posted February 20, 2022

Small modular reactors are the next big advancement in fission — but what about fusion? Recent advancements in nuclear fusion fuel hope for the future of energy.

Unearthing 2-Billion-Year-Old Nuclear Reactors in West Africa

Written by Luke Sweeney
Posted August 16, 2021

Based on soil studies, these 2-billion-year-old reactors were pumping out thousands of kilowatts for almost 1 million years straight. The science behind this once-in-a-lifetime discovery will permanently change your perspective on nuclear energy..

Why Investing in Renewable Energy Is a Moral Imperative

Written by Jeff Siegel
Posted January 2, 2020

It was in 2005 that Jeff Siegel made an audacious claim about energy... and the reaction was immensely hostile. Why would so many people get so angry about a suggestion that simply predicted a transition of our energy economy? And how can smart investors profit?

Department of Energy Backs Research into Molybdenum-99

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted September 2, 2019

Molybdenum-99 is a radioactive isotope of molybdenum. But although it's radioactive, molybdenum-99 isn't used to hurt people. In fact, it is used to save lives.

Don't Invest in Nuclear Power. It's a Sucker's Bet.

Written by Jeff Siegel
Posted February 21, 2017

Energy and Capital editor Jeff Siegel goes into detail about how Toshiba got the raw end on its nuclear deal. Management should’ve known better from day one, here's why...

U.S.-Iran War Would Launch Oil Prices

Written by Christian DeHaemer
Posted February 6, 2017

Energy and Capital editor Christian DeHaemer explains why the next war in the Middle East will send the price of oil over $100 almost overnight.

Trump's Nuclear Revolution

Written by Luke Burgess
Posted January 26, 2017

The best performing mining sector of 2017 so far isn't gold or any precious metal... and it isn't lithium or even some kind of rare earth element. The hottest mining sector right now is uranium.

Our Best Chance at a Carbon-Free Future

Written by Meg Dailey
Posted December 3, 2016

We're going to see a major comeback in nuclear power on our way to a carbon-free future. This is the best clean energy investment you can make today.

The Real Rally in Uranium

Written by Meg Dailey
Posted August 28, 2016

Energy and Capital contributor Megan Dailey delves into uranium's past and explains why it's got an even brighter future.

Competition Making Coal Power Panic

Written by Christian DeHaemer
Posted September 8, 2015

Energy and Capital editor Chris DeHaemer shows readers an example of a last-ditch effort to save coal power.

U.S. Energy Department Funds Nuclear Upgrades

Written by Christian DeHaemer
Posted August 4, 2015

Energy and Capital editor Chris DeHaemer explains how the U.S. Department of Energy is looking to improve the country's nuclear reactor technology.