By Klaus Janberg, Frank von Hippel, September 1, 2009
With Yucca Mountain dead, the United States needs an alternative home for its nuclear waste. It would do well to look to Germany, which invented interim dry-cask storage and still relies on the technology today to store its spent fuel safely.
Read more: Dry-Cask Storage: How Germany Led the Way
Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 65 Issue 5 Topics: Uncategorized
Klaus Janberg, a nuclear engineer, began his
career by working on the design of plutonium-fuelled fast reactors and
ended it by managi...
von Hippel is one of the United States’ most prominent scientists in the nuclear policy arena. He co-founded Princeton University's Program on Science and Global Security and the I...
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