Dry-Cask Storage: How Germany Led the Way

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.

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