Wind and Solar Generate More Energy Than Nuclear Power

With the global energy crisis which has Europe on the ropes with record power prices decimating Germany there is a revival of nuclear energy chatter. Nuclear generation increased over 4% in 2001, the biggest increase since 2004 with Chinese fleet additions the driver.  In 2020, all renewable power generation surpassed all nuclear generation. In 2021, wind and solar surpassed 10% of global generation by themselves overtaking overtook nuclear in annual generation. Since 1985 renewable power (wind, solar, geothermal, biomass and … Continue reading “Wind and Solar Generate More Energy Than Nuclear Power”

U.S. And Israel To Discuss Military Drills For Different Iran Scenarios

U.S. talks with visiting Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz on Thursday are expected to discuss possible military exercises that would prepare for a worst-case scenario to destroy Iran’s nuclear facilities should diplomacy fail a senior U.S. official told Reuters. The talks follow an Oct. 25 briefing by Pentagon leaders to White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan  The U.S. official said on Wednesday, speaking on condition of anonymity said the U.S.-Israeli preparations, which have not been previously reported, underscore Western … Continue reading “U.S. And Israel To Discuss Military Drills For Different Iran Scenarios”

Iranian Nuclear Deal Revival Talks Seem Futile With Scaled Up Iran Uranium Efforts

Negotiations for the seemingly endless talks aimed at reviving the international nuclear agreement with Iran is set to start Monday involving the U.S., Britain, Germany, France, Russia, China and Iran. The elephant in the room is has Tehran advanced its nuclear work so much in the past two years that the 2015 deal can no longer be rescued? Iran’s new president has delayed restarting talks while pressing ahead with nuclear work. Iran is in no hurry after President Donald Trump … Continue reading “Iranian Nuclear Deal Revival Talks Seem Futile With Scaled Up Iran Uranium Efforts”

Iran Threatens To Follow North Korea And Withdraw From Nuclear Treaty

With world leaders heading to Japan and an OPEC meeting next week the WSJ reports Iran warned Thursday that if the 2015 nuclear agreement unravels, it would follow North Korea and quit a treaty aimed at stopping the spread of nuclear weapons.