Deep Isolation CEO Named a Clean Energy Rising Star

This article is behind a paywall: Business Insider Prime included Deep Isolation CEO Liz Muller on a list of 21 emerging leaders in clean tech for the company’s work to dispose of nuclear waste now rather than leaving it for future generations to deal with.

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Deep Isolation

Press Release, Monday, May 4, 2020, 2 p.m. PST

Deep Isolation Expands UK Presence to Better Serve EMEA Nuclear Waste Disposal Market

London, United Kingdom — Deep Isolation, a leading innovator in nuclear waste disposal, is expanding to better serve the more than 30 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) that are seeking a safe and cost-effective nuclear waste solution. The company, which has added to its EMEA team in London, just published a

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Energy Central, June 25, 2020

Podcasts on Nuclear Waste Management by Deep Isolation, a company developing “geological isolation”, a possible nuclear waste disposal solution.

Those who are interested in the issue of nuclear waste might want to have a look at this series of 3 podcasts provided by Deep Isolation.  Keep in mind that this is a company that is developing the idea of geological isolation of high-level nuclear waste. Regardless of what one may think of the podcasts, the CEO

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Business Insider, June 30, 2020

Deep Isolation CEO Named a Clean Energy Rising Star

This article is behind a paywall: Business Insider Prime included Deep Isolation CEO Liz Muller on a list of 21 emerging leaders in clean tech for the company’s work to dispose of nuclear waste now rather than leaving it for future generations to deal with.

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University of California San Diego, July 2, 2020

Women Who Mean Business: Deep Isolation CEO, Liz Muller

Women Who Mean Business Deep Isolation CEO, Liz Muller was featured in an article by UC-San Diego “UC San Diego ranks in top 25 for female-founded startups”. Women are on the rise. According to the latest U.S. census data, they make up more than 50% of the population. They also earn more degrees at every

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Nuclear Engineering International Magazine

Nuclear Engineering International, June, 2020

Safety In Depth

the long-term safety of nuclear waste disposal in a generic horizontal drillhole repository is evaluated using numerical simulations, Hydrogeologist Stefan Finsterle explains the results.

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PowerMag, May 31, 2020

Industry to Explore Decentralized Nuclear Waste Disposal

Efforts to explore whether it is feasible to permanently dispose of high-level nuclear waste in deep horizontal boreholes under next-generation nuclear reactor sites got a boost in late April as nuclear waste technology rm Deep Isolation signed its first contract with industry.

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Spent Fuel

Spent Fuel, May 29, 2020

Deep Isolation schedules two webinars

This Article is behind a pay wall: Deep Isolation announced this week that it will host two webinars to discuss the company’s solution for storing or disposing of nuclear waste in deep horizontal drillholes. These sessions will also cover the content of the company’s latest white paper, which provides a cost-benefit analysis that compares drillholes

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Spent Fuel

Spent Fuel, May 1, 2020

Deep Isolation awarded contract with EPRI

This article is behind a pay wall: Deep Isolation announced April 27 that it has been awarded a contract from the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) to collaborate with EPRI, Southern Company, the Nuclear Energy Institute, Auburn University in Alabama, and J Kessler and Associates to evaluate the feasibility of onsite horizontal deep borehole disposal

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Deep Isolation CEO Named a Clean Energy Rising Star

This article is behind a paywall: Business Insider Prime included Deep Isolation CEO Liz Muller on a list of 21 emerging leaders in clean tech for the company’s work to dispose of nuclear waste now rather than leaving it for future generations to deal with.

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Exchange Monitor

Exchange Monitor, May 1, 2020

Experts Study On-Site Waste Disposal for Advanced Nuclear Reactors

This article is behind a pay wall: Deep Isolation said Monday it has secured a contract to support an industry feasibility study on the potential for same-site selection for both new advanced nuclear power reactors and borehole-based disposal of the spent fuel with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)

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Forbes, May 1, 2020

Amid COVID-19, Deep Borehole Disposal Of Nuclear Waste Marches Forward

Elizabeth Muller, CEO of Deep Isolation, announced the completion of a Post-Closure Safety Analysis for their concept of deep borehole disposal of nuclear waste. Deep Isolation is a company out of Berkeley that is working to dispose of nuclear waste in deep boreholes in the Earth’s crust, safer and at a lower cost than existing strategies.

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The Engineer, April 23, 2020

Q&A: Dealing With Britain’s Nuclear Waste

John Grimsich, Deep Isolation Director of Sciences, contributed to an experts discussion of how to dispose of the United Kingdom’s accumulation of intermediate and high-level nuclear waste.

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Titans for Nuclear, June 02, 2020

Titans for Nuclear

This video interview was film at an earlier date: CEO Elizabeth Muller is a guest on the Titans for nuclear podcast with Jadwiga Najder.

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Deep Isolation

Press Release, Monday, May 4, 2020, 2 p.m. PST

Deep Isolation Expands UK Presence to Better Serve EMEA Nuclear Waste Disposal Market

London, United Kingdom — Deep Isolation, a leading innovator in nuclear waste disposal, is expanding to better serve the more than 30 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) that are seeking a safe and cost-effective nuclear waste solution. The company, which has added to its EMEA team in London, just published a

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Deep Isolation

Press Release, Monday, April 27, 2020

Deep Isolation Awarded Contract with Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)

Berkeley, CA – Deep Isolation, a leading innovator in nuclear waste disposal solutions, has been awarded a contract from the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), an independent nonprofit organization for public interest energy and environmental research. Deep Isolation will collaborate with EPRI, Southern Company, the Nuclear Energy Institute, Auburn University, and J Kessler and Associates

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