Internationally recognized industry analyst and host of CXOTalk, Michael Krigsman interviewed Liz about Deep Isolation on August 24th. CXOTalk is a standard in thought-provoking enterprise thought leadership is a series of podcast conversations with the most innovative and thoughtful business leaders in the world.
In the August 7, 2018 Breakthrough Blog, Jameson McBride mentions the Deep Isolation solution where horizontal drilling appears to be a technically feasible alternative to Yucca Mountain.
The RadWaste Monitor included an article in the August 3rd issue about the Deep Isolation announcement that Rod Baltzer’s has joined as Chief Operating Officer. The article, by Chris Schneidmiller describes the reasons Baltzer accepted the position and provides a brief overview of the company. Subscribers can read the full article.
The Energy Daily recently reported that two U.S. Senators on the Environment and Public Works Committee sent a letter to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission asking whether a private entity or Department of Energy contractor could be issued an NRC license for the permanent disposal of spent nuclear fuel. Deep Isolation was mentioned in the article and interviewed for comment on the written response provided by NRC Chairman Kristine Svinicki.
There’s no shortage of drama in traditional family businesses. But these founders think they’ve found a workaround.
In the June 1 release of UxC’s SpentFUEL publication, Deep Isolation and our innovative option was featured as the cover story. Read the article with a subscription to SpentFUEL.
C2ES published a report in May that discusses options for maintaining nuclear power and mentions Deep Isolation as a long-term, consent-based innovative solution for nuclear waste storage.
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.
Startup Deep Isolation says the problem with nuclear waste disposal is we’re not going far enough.