Saturday, November 20, 2010

The 28th Carnival of Nuclear Energy

The 28th Carnival of Nuclear Energy is up at Next Big Future. This fascinating compendium of blogs covers some big international questions.
  • Canadian Energy Issues reports that nuclear power is subsidizing gas and solar energy in Canada.
  • ANS Nuclear Cafe shows that United Arab Emirates are on-track for new nuclear power plants, and working well with their Korean vendors.
  • At Idaho Samizdat, Patrick Moore looks at the big picture, from early days of the environmental movement until today.
  • Nuclear Green shows you how to track, in real time, the solar PV power output in Germany. Hint, it doesn't look very good, especially at night.
  • This blog looks at where our energy will come from, once renewables are in place. Fossil and nuclear are still the majority of our energy supply.
  • Brave New Climate watches energy projections through 2060.
  • Next Big Future describes mining, commercial shipping powered by nuclear, and tracks nuclear energy production in 2008, 2009, and so far in 2010.
As usual, it's a feast! Far more nourishing than cotton candy and just as much fun!



2 comments:

uvdiv said...

I strongly urge you to remove that "Canadian Energy Issues" link as it appears to contain malicious code. I've left a comment on that blog; I doubt that the owner is aware of this.

Meredith Angwin said...

Thank you, uvdiv. I removed the link.