The Future of American Energy Production Must Include Nuclear

Yes, nuclear would be a very important and valuable piece in an energy policy. But what future are we talking about? Because this is the mother of all long shots. I am a gas man and I am used to timelines stretching decades but nuclear puts even my time habits under duress. Anything that’s not under construction right now (and I mean dirt being moved) has no chance in hell to be operational one day before 2030. Considering the latest projects this might be a whole lot longer. This process could be streamlined of course but what are the odds for that to happen? 2025, 2026, or 2028 are all future. Not with nukes but something else that’s up faster. 

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