This newest Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) report, takes a market-based approach to nuclear storage.

Four experts claim that once the federal government stops interfering, states will be better able to manage their nuclear storage. Utilities will have incentive to pay for storage. Nuclear waste storage may even become profitable.

In the aftermath of the Fukushima disaster, industry insiders will be looking closely at the costs and benefits of nuclear power. Some plants in the works have already been shut down. This document gives a sense of nuclear power’s future in the US.