The Atomic Show #154 – Atomic Round-up With Five Experts
Rod Adams got together with Margaret Harding, Dan Yurman, Meredith Angwin, and Charles Barton for a round up of recent atomic industry and technology developments. Topics discussed included new enrichment facilities, enrichment technology, public meetings about new nuclear power plants, and small reactor plant developments.
Meredith Angwin is a physical chemist with long experience in the energy arena including both nuclear and geothermal energy. She is the principal at Carnot Communications and blogs at Yes Vermont Yankee.
Dan Yurman is an independent consultant, experienced nuclear professional and blogs at Idaho Samizdat.
Charles Barton has been immersed in nuclear technology since birth as the son of a nuclear scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He blogs at Nuclear Green and Energy From Thorium.
Margaret Harding started her nuclear energy career 29 years ago as a nuclear engineer with GE. She is a principal at 4FactorConsulting and blogs at www.4factorconsulting.com
Rod Adams is the publisher of Atomic Insights and the founder of Adams Atomic Engines, Inc. He has been involved in nuclear plant operations, management, training and design since entering the Navy Nuclear Power School in September 1981.
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