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GCEP Research Symposium 2015
GCEP Symposium News
U.S. needs open mind to new nuclear power technology, Adm. Ellis tells GCEP symposium
Some 31 designs aim to deal with conventional nuclear power problems of cost, safety, waste fuel and public acceptance.
Benefits to U.S. economy, security and environment from energy efficiency extoled at GCEP symposium
Efficiency cuts U.S. energy consumption to 100 quadrillion BTUs annually from 180 quadrillion expected four decades ago.
Crossing the financial "Valley of Death" to clean energy
Stanford's Dan Reicher and Alicia Seiger identify key strategies to catalyze investment in clean energy resources.
Carbon mitigation is about exergy, not energy
New analysis shows big benefits of carbon capture and storage technologies.
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