How the nuclear industry is getting past a tough U.S. power market

FORBES | Nuclear proponents are not ready to concede that nuclear power has been priced out of the U.S. electricity market, but they are increasingly looking at other uses for reactors and other places to sell them.

“I find a lot of the companies are being very sophisticated about business cases right now,” said Todd Allen, professor of nuclear engineering and radiological sciences at the University of Michigan. “It's not just electricity. It's electricity, and it may be heat. It may be industrial support directly.”

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