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Provided by 95 commercial reactors with a net capacity of 98 gigawatts , with 64 pressurized water reactors and 32 boiling water reactors. Wikipedia

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    • In 1993, Rhodes published Nuclear Renewal: Common Sense about Energy detailing the history of the nuclear power industry in the United States, and future promises of nuclear power.Richard Rhodes-Wikipedia
    • He also stated that he wants to make it easier for nuclear power plants to open up and wants to increase the amount of nuclear energy used in the US.Andrew Yang 2020 presidential campaign-Wikipedia
    • Nuclear power is the largest source of electricity generation in Tennessee, producing about 43.7% of its power in 2019.Tennessee-Wikipedia
    • In the meantime, most nuclear power plants in the United States have resorted to the indefinite on-site dry cask storage of waste in steel and concrete casks.Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository-Wikipedia
    • Approximately 32% of New Hampshire's electricity consumption came from renewable resources (including nuclear, hydroelectric, wind, and other renewable resources).New Hampshire-Wikipedia
    • While at Breakthrough, Shellenberger wrote a number of articles with subjects ranging from positive treatment of nuclear energy and shale gas, to critiques of the planetary boundaries hypothesis.Michael Shellenberger-Wikipedia

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