Tag Archive for Nuclear Power

DeVore’s Silence on Japan’s Nuclear Crisis Surprises

While Chuck DeVore is no longer an elected official and his exploratory committee for the Third District’s supervisor’s seat demonstrates his eagerness to return to public sector life, he was the state’s biggest advocate for more nuclear energy throughout his six year assembly term and ill-fated run for the US Senate.  A quick scan of…

The Problem with Nuclear Waste

You know, we miss State Rep. Chuck DeVore over here.  Chuck used to stop by all the time to advocate for things like Nucelar power, an industry he’s bound to work for as a consultant or lobbyist once Carly Fiorina wins the Republican primary for US Senate and Chuck is termed out of the assembly…

Solar Energy Advances Negate Nuclear Argument

For those continuing to advocate for a lifting on the ban on building new nuclear facilities (forgetting it could take as long as 10 years to get new plants online and the high cost of mining uranium) comes this promising news from the geniuses at MIT. The argument against solar energy is that its too…

No Nukes: DeVore Can’t Get Enough Signatures

Told ya so. There is a power crisis looming but California voters have sent a clear signal that nuclear energy just isn’t the answer.  And Rep. Chuck DeVore’s efforts to life restrictions on building new nukes in the Golden State has suffered a setback. Not enough signatures to qualify for the ballot. Calif. lawmaker cancels…

Sign the Petition from NukeFree.org

Petition to Stop the Nuclear Bailout To: The 110th United States Congress We ask that all members of Congress join us in working to remove from the pending Energy Bill massively expensive loan guarantees—potentially a virtual blank check from taxpayers— for the building of many more nuclear power plants. We strongly support those parts of…

Nuclear Power Equals Clean Water?

Over the weekend, State Rep. Chuck DeVore announced that he’s proposing a plan that would recommission one of the nuclear reactors at San Onofre and tie it to a new desalination plant that would provide a new source of fresh water for a thirsy Southern California economy. About 20 percent of the new reactor would power desalination…