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Westinghouse seeks EU aid to weaken Russia’s nuclear fuel role in Europe

So far we have always concentrated on the Gas War, where players such as the US or Qatar sought to break the dominant position of Russia in the European gas market, even by instigating wars like the one in Syria to get access to the coming huge market.

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Ukraine

A Free Market Lesson for Exelon

In our last post, we mentioned the Invisible Hand, an idea brought forth by the patron saint of Free Markets, Adam Smith. As we pointed out, Exelon on its website extols the virtues of the Free Market and anathematizes the very notion of subsidies to players in it — except, of course, when Exelon itself is the intended recipient of that subsidy. 691 more words

Electricity

Globalisation of nuclear sector to radicalise supply chain

Globalisation of nuclear sector to radicalise supply chain

Nuclear plants are planned to be built or currently under construction in all corners of the world, these developments will ask inevitable questions on the supply chain, and what is expected of companies who wish to contribute to the growing nuclear industry. 906 more words

Civil (Nuclear)

Exelon's Illinois Strategy: Profits to Shareholders, Stick Losses to Ratepayers

Make no mistake: Despite CEO Chris Crane’s denial that Exelon is angling for a state bailout for his money-losing nuclear generating stations, shifting the costs and risks of Exelon’s struggling nuclear power business to ratepayers (and/or taxpayers) is precisely what Crane intends. 1,163 more words

Electricity