(Updated Sept 6th, 2015)
"Promotion for Nuclear Power with Main Focus on Power Plant"
by: Vince Lauro
Nuclear Power really began within the early 1940s at the University of Chicago. This lead to the development of the A-Bombs to be deployed against Japan in which the end of WWII ensued. However, Nuclear Power offers a peaceful capacity as well: the production of electricity. Nuclear Power accounts for almost or about 20 percent of all the Electrical Power production in the US alone. In terms Greenhouse gas, nuclear power plants are ideal in maintaining a way to produce electrical energy. The main downside of commercial nuclear power, however, is the immense power plant construction cost. Unsurprisingly, politically, of course there is at least one possible environmentalist concern besides that of greenhouse gas. The overall presentation should be a general one.
Academic Credential: Bachelor Science Chemical Engineering
California State University Long Beach
Technical Interests: Organic Chemistry, Thermodynamics, and Nuclear Engineering.
Energy Support: Proponent of Fossil Fuel and Nuclear Fuel Energy Production.
Monday, Sept 21, 2015.
5:30 p.m. Social/networking
6:30 p.m. Dinner
7:30 p.m. Presentation
Los Serranos Country Club
15656 Yorba Ave, Chino Hills, CA 91709, 909-597-1769 / Los Serranos Country Club
$30 section members, $35 non-section, $20 retired & non-working, $10 students & add $5 without RSVP.
Food: TBA at the location. Please advise if you prefer a vegetarian meal.
RSVP by Sept 19th to Alan Benson at 909-724-9029 or at firstname.lastname@example.org or to Greg Smith at 951-310-7722 or at email@example.com