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"… m from spent fuel for MOX adds about $750 million each year to the cost of electricity, according to a French study in 2000 cited by their article. Britain close …"

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"… als, plutonium, into commercial reactor fuel that can be burned to provide electricity for homes, schools and factories, essentially turning nuclear “swords in …"

"… technologies” that would lead to the recovery and reuse of plutonium for electricity production. A year later, the Energy Department dropped the plan to encas …"

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"… from the U.S. nuclear weapons arsenal into fuel for reactors that generate electricity, known as the Mixed-Oxide (MOX) fuel fabrication plant in Savannah River, …"

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"… olds — as recently as 2011 — still got an average of only 7.6 hours of electricity a day, and a sixth of Iraq’s citizens lacked access to potable drinking …"

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"… es. In Little Blue Run and beyond, coal ash, waste from the production of electricity, has fouled water supplies and endangered public health. “We want action …"

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"… ds.The son of immigrants, Jabs grew up in rural Montana in a house without electricity, indoor plumbing or running water. His father had only a second-grade educ …"

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"… au County was about $1.86 a gallon. Now, it's $4.00 a gallon. The price of electricity is up. If the president's energy policies are working, you're going to see …"

"… ing prices both for homeowners and for utilities that burn gas to generate electricity. ___ OBAMA: "What I've also said is, for (thos …"

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"… requirement that large utilities in each state increase the percentage of electricity they produce from renewable sources.Donors to the Congressional Leadership …"

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"… that's the key. It's a world market, economists say.Unlike natural gas or electricity, the United States alone does not have the power to change the supply-and- …"

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"… as one of thousands that qualified for grant money and has been generating electricity for “over a year and providing tax revenue, new jobs and other ongoing i …"

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"… h of Peru, in remote little ports like La Planchada. Its 300 families have electricity for only five hours a day. Often, fish arrive in darkness.Three inspectors …"

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"… ent family-owned, a conglomerate that extends to timber, cellulose, mines, electricity, retail stores and vehicle franchises.Chileans call Angelini, 63, “The H …"

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"… as one of thousands that qualified for grant money and has been generating electricity for “over a year and providing tax revenue, new jobs and other ongoing i …"

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"… s, shelters resemble backyard sheds of unpainted plywood. They are without electricity or indoor plumbing. Windows are wood slats and residents complain that dur …"

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"… ants — some of the oldest and dirtiest in the country — produce enough electricity for more than 22 million households, the AP survey found. But th …"

"… ng down for reasons other than the two EPA rules.The AP surveyed electricity-generating companies about what they plan to do and the effects on power s …"

"… power source, it's unlikely to break coal's grip as the dominant domestic electricity source. Most of the lost power generation will be replaced, and the coal-f …"

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"… n counters.” …"

"… ’s fully implemented. Coal plants, which provide nearly half of the U.S. electricity supply and two-thirds of the nation’s airborne mercury, are likely to be …"

"… st of the costs for implementing the new standard.While the rule will make electricity slightly more expensive, it also should make fish, and the people who eat …"

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"… round aquifers.Over the years, the volume of waste has grown as demand for electricity increased and the federal government clamped down on emissions from power …"

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"… typical boiling-water reactor has about 360 miles of cables ferrying electricity or running controls and instruments. Those cables and wiring act like the …"

"… ire. A circuit breaker designed to cut power to the cable failed, allowing electricity to flow into the ground. This reduced voltage to the large pump that circu …"

"… t’s sole source of power. That left half the plant’s equipment without electricity.Lacking power, valves on the main steam drain lines opened and temperature …"

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"… at the reactors, which together supply nearly a third of New York City’s electricity, are not safe. Those calls have increased in recent weeks, in the wake of …"

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"… Most of the 1 billion tons of coal produced every year is used to generate electricity in the United States, said Carol Raulston, a spokeswoman for the National …"

"… 10 is attributed to an improving economy, which creates greater demand for electricity — and, therefore, coal. “Coal is a critical component of America …"

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"… e.Pitched as a smarter, environmentally-friendly way to produce power, the electricity generating stations are spreading nationwide, spurred by hundreds of milli …"

"… mbers of Congress and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Generating electricity by burning trees, construction debris, poultry litter and agricultural mas …"

"… amilton County for a 55-megawatt plant to convert clean woody biomass into electricity. Adage initially wanted to build both Florida projects, spokesman Tom DePo …"

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"… the country, that collectively provide about 20 percent of the nation’s electricity. As costs for new construction of a nuclear power plant skyrocket, Entergy …"

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"… tly hinges on controlling nuclear radiation and restarting the country’s electricity and oil refining capacity. Analysts expect the disaster to reduce global e …"

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"… 2012. “The all-electric sedan consumes no gasoline and runs entirely on electricity from any conventional 120V or 220V outlet,” the department said. The oth …"

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"… ultra-short pulse lasers followed by a half-million volt lightning bolt of electricity. Its maker said it could detonate blasting caps, the things that set off I …"

"… all-like device labeled JOLLER attached to mine rollers shooting a bolt of electricity straight down into the ground. “Lightning Bolt: Pricele$$” says the sl …"

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"… third largest coal-burning utility, thriving on the black rock to generate electricity in five states. It has vowed to shut down rather than clean up operations …"

"… nationwide where coal ash, the waste byproduct of burning coal to produce electricity, has tarnished groundwater and harmed the ecology.Yesterday, the EPA issue …"

"… to environmental advocates. A range of companies relying on coal-produced electricity have also been complaining — about the proposed coal ash rule especially …"

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"… lue Run, owned by First Energy. Coal ash, the residue in the production of electricity, typically is dumped in unlined or partially lined sites near the more tha …"

Ghost soldiers

By Mark Benjamin and Barbara Slavin

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"… the vanguard of those efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan, helping to restore electricity, building water systems and spreading good will.But for most of Rumsfeld …"

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"… for comment. …"

"… t is unclear whether the nation’s power grid can remain reliable as more electricity is generated by solar panels, wind turbines, and other non-traditional sou …"

"… whose output is more variable than traditional coal- or natural gas-fired electricity plants.A team of experts reporting to the chief U.S. regulator of the grid …"

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"… ders, the builders and development advocate — at least $30,000PPL Corp., electricity and natural gas provider to about 5.2 million customers in the United Stat …"

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