Today: 25.Jun.2017

Kelvin Kemm is a nuclear physicist and Chairman of the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation and Nuclear Africa: With his leadership and the in depth backing by many outstanding scientists, engineers, government leaders and industry managers, South Africa is working to bring advanced nuclear energy and radioisotope production to the region. Please see the 2017 Nuclear Africa Magazine below.

Published in Energy Tomorrow

The central purpose of efn-usa.org is to focus on the potential goodness in mankind and the wonders of nature and the environment. But, reality frequently interferes. This article by Paul Driessen of the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow, CFACT, describes how extremely wealthy and powerful people are enriching themselves and abusing humanity and the environment. James Lovelock: "The climate is doing its usual tricks. There's nothing much really happening yet. We were supposed to be halfway toward a frying world now."

Published in People - The Americas

World Nuclear Association: Russia’s President Putin has unilaterally announced cancellation of the 2000 Russia-US Plutonium Management and Disposition Agreement to reduce each country’s weapons-grade plutonium by 34 tonnes. He cited US proposals to dispose of the US plutonium in other ways than by completing the Savannah River MOX plant, which is behind schedule and over budget. The US government's intentions to down blend weapons grade plutonium and bury it in the ground instead of using it in commercial reactors is similar to decisions to stop development of fast reactors. The world goes on without the USA.

Published in Energy Today

Aiken Standard, Thomas Gardiner: A 16-year-old international nuclear nonproliferation agreement fell apart, rendering the future of weapons-grade plutonium processing in the U.S. and at the Mixed Oxide Fabrication Facility at the Savannah River Site uncertain. The agreement’s demise could take enough plutonium for 17,000 warheads out from under the oversight of international nuclear experts. South Carolina U.S. Sens. Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott called the White House’s efforts to shut down the MOX program disastrous. The US government's intentions to down blend weapons grade plutonium and bury it in the ground instead of using it in commercial reactors is a wilful act to reduce having plentiful, clean nuclear energy, similar to decisions to stop development of fast reactors. The world goes on without us.

Published in Energy Today