The “Fallout” From Three Mile Island Is Still Spreading
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.
Failed Nazi Experiments, Mysterious Metal Cubes, and the Future of Energy
Posted September 6, 2021
Modern nuclear facilities have gone through decades of safety upgrades since the first reactor went online in 1969. Yet, shockingly, experts appear to have neglected one key element. Until now...
Unearthing 2-Billion-Year-Old Nuclear Reactors in West Africa
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..
We Were 240 Seconds From Total Disaster
Posted June 16, 2021
Texas’s power grid was 240 seconds, a mere four minutes away, from a complete disaster. The consequences would have been incalculable, and the thing is... the problem isn't fixed. Energy expert Keith Kohl reveals the piece of technology that could solve this major problem...
Department of Energy Backs Research into Molybdenum-99
Written by Luke BurgessPosted 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 SiegelPosted 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...
Trump's Nuclear Revolution
Written by Luke BurgessPosted 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.
U.S. Continues Support of Chinese Nuclear Power
Posted August 11, 2015
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl takes a look at the newly renewed nuclear trade agreement between the U.S. and China.
U.S. Energy Department Funds Nuclear Upgrades
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.
Renewable Energy is Killing Nuclear Power
Written by Jeff SiegelPosted July 22, 2015
Before the nuclear power industry goes gently into that good night, you might want to pick up a few shares of undervalued uranium companies.
Rising Electricity Raises Natural Gas Demand
Posted June 30, 2015
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl explains why rising demand is growing natural gas as a major commodity.
Japan Makes a Move on the Eagle Ford
Posted June 24, 2015
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl gives the details on a possible business deal between the U.S. and Japan.
Investing in Nuclear Fusion
Posted October 24, 2014
Energy and Capital editor Keith Kohl comments on a breakthrough discovery for nuclear technology and how it could ignite a bull market for nuclear power.
The Next Nuclear Revolution
Posted September 25, 2014
At some point over the next two years, uranium consumers will start locking in long-term contracts again on fears of rising prices. This is when the price will double...
New Thorium Plant in India
Posted September 4, 2014
India just broke ground on the next phase of its nuclear power build out. The first thorium reactor is coming...