Physics at Virginia

Day Interviewed on Future of Nuclear Energy

Thursday, May 26 2016

From CBS19:

"I really don't think there is much future for Nuclear energy," said Donal Day, a Nuclear Physicist who teaches at University of Virginia. "I don't think it's because people are opposed to it, but because the market just won't support it."

Day says that the future of energy in the state should be renewable energies.

"Wind, solar, and battery," said Day. "Things like that make it too competitive to be worthwhile."

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