Russia Building Floating Nuclear Power Plants

The nuclear power debate has surrounded the use of a sustained nuclear chain reaction to generate electricity since the Three Mile Island accident in 1979 and Chernobyl in 1986 and recently Fukushima has reignited the debate. From 1952 to 2011 there … [Read more...]

Nuclear Energy Trends- Germany

Everything in life has a cost. We are constantly weighing the cost vs the benefit in everything we do... whether we think about it that way or not.Is it worth the risk of getting a speeding ticket to get there five minutes faster?  What are the … [Read more...]

Glow at the End of the Tunnel

By Elizabeth Manning, Casey Energy Opportunities Nuclear energy has taken a beating since the Fukushima crisis began in March, but we believe the arguments are strong that it’s not down for the count. There are a couple of factors that the … [Read more...]

How Obama’s Policies will Affect Energy Prices

By Marin Katusa,  Chief Strategist, Casey Research Energy Team Casey Energy Opportunities One might think the United States would be charging hard on energy security as well as border and other kinds of security in its Global War on Terror … [Read more...]