After a three-decade lull, North America is eyeing a nuclear renaissance. The US government hopes to start construction on 50,000MW of new nuclear power capacity by 2010. Canada’s crown nuclear corporation Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL) has been shipping its CANDU reactors around the globe in recent years, but it hopes to secure a home for its next-generation ACR-700 reactor in North America. Yet neither country has built a new nuclear power plant on domestic soil since the 19
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