19 Sep '11, 4pm

Siemens closes nuclear division

Siemens closes nuclear division

Is nuclear dead? I don't think so. Siemens will continue making parts that can be used in both conventional and nuclear power plants, and as I've discussed before, exciting research developments are happening in the field of new nuclear power. But even the experts believe these innovations (like fusion and waste downcycling) are decades off, and may not come to maturity until the 22nd century. In the meantime, companies like Siemens are probably very happy that they diversified early and are now in the leadership position to help promote (and profit from) the implementation a renewable energy revolution.

Full article: http://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/energy/blogs/sign-of-the...

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