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A Ticking Atomic Clock: Nuclear Power vs. Efficient Homes

Published on June 9, 2012 by in Home
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Why home energy efficiency is more cost effective and better for our economy than replacing our nation’s dying nuclear power plants.

 

 

Over the next 20 years, the power plants that produce one-third of the nuclear energy in the United States will reach the end of their operational lives. In the wake of the Fukushima disaster, other countries (Switzerland, Germany) are reconsidering their commitments to nuclear power. In the U.S., Michael Levi asks in this Slate article whether we can shift from nuclear to other fuel sources for our power generation.

But we’d like to present an alternative option to the discussion. If we use power more efficiently, particularly in our homes, we can avoid replacing these aging nuclear power plants entirely. MORE


 
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