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August 19, 2022
By Donald Kendal, Jim Lakely, Justin Haskins, Christopher Talgo
... Reduction Act was signed into law. Like the ITT crew discussed in previous episodes, it has nothing to do with inflation and everything to do with transitioning our country to unreliable energy. They ask the question “Why does the left rejectNuclear power?” Also, the World Economic Forum, the biggest advocates of The Great Reset, seem to be scared of us. The ITT crew speculates as to why that is.   OPENING CHIT CHAT The Globe and Mail - How ‘own nothing and be happy’ sparked a misinformatio...
January 27, 2021
By Paul Driessen
...tory. US and global impacts on scenery, habitats, wildlife, and air and water quality would be devastating. Thankfully there is a second nuclear option. If Team Biden-Harris is determined to eliminate fossil fuels, it could do more to promotenuclear power. So could Africa – and Europe, Asia and the rest of the world. Nuclear technologies are advancing rapidly, and modern nuclear power plant designs are vastly superior to (and less expensive than) any built previously. Generation 3 and 4 plant...
July 20, 2021
By H. Sterling Burnett
...uss "Want to Go Green? Then You Need to Go Nuclear." Spoiler alert. If people want low carbon emissions from the electricity sector and still want to live in the 21st century, the affordable, reliable, environmentally friendly way to do it isnuclear power. Period. It’s that simple. Learn more about the conference at this link.
June 2, 2021
By Ronald Stein, P.E.
California’s big challenge is not an environmental way of replacing its last nuclear power plant at Diablo Canyon destined for closure in 2024, but how to stop fueling the growth of poverty and homelessness. The bigger problem that will thrive in perpetuity, is the growing homelessness caused by continuously increasing the cost of electricity onto the less fortunate. With California already having the highest cost of electricity and fuels in the country, the wealthy and middle class have more ...
October 9, 2019
From the study: [The] loss of zero emission generation from the retirement of four nuclear power plants in Illinois would result in the following cumulative health-related impacts and costs over a ten-year period:   Between 1,200 to almost 2,700 premature deaths; Over 30,000 additional asthma attacks and other respiratory symptoms leading to limited daily activities; • Almost 140,000 work loss days; $10 to $24 billion ($1 to $2.4 billion per year) in monetized damages due to increased air...
September 12, 2019
By Kenneth Artz
Several cities in and bordering Utah have formed a coalition to purchase nuclear power from a small modular reactor being planned at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL), triggering the next phase in its development. The coalition, called the Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems (UAMPS), has agreed to purchase more than 150 megawatts of electricity from INL’s project. That amounts to enough electricity to power more than 150,000 homes. With the purchase agreement in place, INL will now focu...
January 4, 2019
Donny Kendal and John Nothdurft are joined by Isaac Orr, Policy Fellow at the Center of the American Experiment, in episode #172 of the In The Tank Podcast. This weekly podcast features (as always) interviews, debates, and roundtable discussions that explore the work of think tanks across the country. The show is available for download as part of the Heartland Daily Podcast every Friday. Today's episode features work from the Cato Institute, the Fraser Institute, the Rio Grande Foundation, and t...
May 18, 2018
By Donald Kendal, John Nothdurft
...have to rethink their expansion in the city in light of the new tax. In the last segment, John and Donny talk about an article from the American Council on Science and Health titled "Wind, Solar Are A Distraction. Let's Go Full Steam Ahead OnNuclear Power." The article covers a new paper published in the journal Sustainability, where author/researcher Barry Brook argues that Nuclear power can be the most important source of energy for the world. [Please subscribe to the Heartland Daily Podcas...
May 17, 2018
By H. Sterling Burnett, HCR 2017 increases the current renewable power mandate from its present requirement of 15 percent by 2025, in an attempt to reduce the carbon dioxide generated from electric power production in the state to fight climate change. Effect onNuclear Power Arizona Public Service Company (APS), the owner of the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station (Palo Verde), warns if voters approve this constitutional amendment, its nuclear plant would have to close in six years instead of continuing to gen...
June 9, 2022
By H. Sterling Burnett
When drug companies try to sell you a particular cure for what ails you, the television ads typically consist of 10 seconds of saying how good the drug is and 20 seconds of disclaimers and warnings about possible negative side effects. If only renewable energy companies were that honest! To my great annoyance and disgust, a power company in Texas promises the state’s electricity users can choose a plan that delivers electricity 24 hours a day powered by the sun. Solar power. As anyone exercisi...