U.S. funds new nuclear power technology

- March 11th, 2010

UPI reports  U.S. energy secretary in Washington says US should take its position as a global leader in nuclear energy again.
U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced that Pittsburgh’s Westinghouse Electric Co. and San Diego’s General Atomics were selected for a $40 million effort to design and plan work for the next generation of U.S. nuclear power plants.
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UPI reports  U.S. energy secretary in Washington says US should take its position as a global leader in nuclear energy again.

U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced that Pittsburgh’s Westinghouse Electric Co. and San Diego’s General Atomics were selected for a $40 million effort to design and plan work for the next generation of U.S. nuclear power plants.

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