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NEWS
Candidates difer on nuclear power

ENERGY
Continued from page1A
Policy that deal with energy conservation. Low
income households will be helped to "weather-
ize" their homes to help reduce their energy
costs," Catanzaro said.
When Bush and Kerry talk about creating
energy, not just conserving it, they agree that
"clean coal" technology should be used, while
Bush goes a step-farther - endorsing the resur-
rection of nuclear power.
Bush and Kerry differ on the way to make such
technology cheaper. Kerry would spend $10 bil-
lion to help companies build clean coal plants.
Bush would devote a fifth of the money to the
same ends, but try to create a market solution to
draw the coal industry into making changes.
More controversial than clean coal technol-
ogy is the possible resurrection of nuclear power
plants in the U.S.
Currently 20 percent of all U.S. electricity
comes from nuclear power. In France that num-
ber is as 78 percent. New nuclear power stations

are expensive because of the high cost of licens-
ing, certification and inspection for each plant.
"The Department of Energy is working pretty
intensively on trying to streamline the certifica-
tion process. (The Nuclear Regulatory Commis-
sion) will still have a strong role in overseeing
safety in nuclear power plants," Catanzaro said.
Technology changes over the years have led
the Bush administration to believe some of the
regulations are outmoded.
"What (the NRC) is looking at is a new design
for plants. It's a smaller plant that we believe
should not be subjected to the old regulatory pro-
cesses of the past. We believe we can continue to
maintain safety over time," Catanzaro added.
The Kerry energy plan is ambivalent on nucle-
ar energy, saying only that "Nuclear power can
play an essential role in providing affordable
energy while reducing the risk of climate change.
However, key challenges such as nuclear waste
disposal, nuclear nonproliferation, and plant
security must be met."
Support for new plants rose to 42 percent in a
2001 ABC News/Washington Post poll - twice
the approval rating they had among Americans in

20 percent of all U.S.
electricity comes from
nuclear power.

1986, the year of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster
occurred.
"One of the biggest things is getting Yucca
Mountain up. We can do this in an environmen-
tally safe manner," Catanzaro said.
The current proposal by Bush would place the
nuclear waste stored on the land of the 104 U.S.
nuclear power stations inside Yucca Mountain,
Nev.
In the 2000 both Vice President Al Gore and
Bush made no effort at trying to block the Yucca
repository.
However, Kerry has continued his opposition
to the Yucca repository, banding together with
both senators from Nevada to vote against the
2002 bill.
In 1987, Kerry blocked the Yucca project when
it first came up in Congress.

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