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Forbes / Energy, May 22, 2018

A Deep Hole May Be Just What Our Nuclear Waste Needs

Deep Isolation takes advantage of recently developed drilling technologies to place nuclear waste in a series of two-mile-long tunnels, a mile below the Earth’s surface, where they’ll be surrounded by a very tight rock called shale.

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Event Attendance: Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Zero-Carbon Power: Maintaining U.S. Nuclear Capacity

Deep Isolation participated in the conversation with utilities, federal and state policy experts, and industry analysts to discuss solutions for maintaining nuclear capacity at the C2ES event in May in Washington DC. The Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES) is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization working to forge practical solutions to climate change.

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Speaking Event, Friday April 20, 2018

Dealing with Nuclear Waste at EarthX

Liz Muller, CEO of Deep Isolation spoke about the need for technology innovation for nuclear waste in Texas at the EarthX Policy Conference: Clean Energy Done Right.

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Upcoming Events

OnDemand Webinar: May 2018

Nuclear Waste: The Challenge and Opportunity

This one-hour webinar gives a brief overview of today’s current challenges with nuclear waste disposal and describe the need to change the status quo. Elizabeth Muller and Dr. Richard Muller present what Deep Isolation believes is an innovative solution to tackle this problem and answer questions from the audience.

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