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Equal Ocean, February 1, 2020

Green Technology Worldwide: 20 Valuable Startups

“Here we provide an overview of 20 of the most valuable green technology companies all over the world – and an industry investment outline.” The article mentions Deep Isolation as one of the most valuable GreenTech companies in the world.

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Taiwan Business, February 19, 2020

Searching for a Permanent Storage Solution

Executives from U.S. startup Deep Isolation visited Taiwan last fall with an innovative solution that could serve as either interim or permanent storage. Developed by University of California at Berkeley physicist Richard Muller, the solution is based on proven technologies. The canisters can even be retrieved.

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Nuclear Engineering International, February 10, 2020

Trump withdraws support for Yucca Mountain

“Innovative approaches can absolutely help solve the nuclear waste problem,” said Elizabeth Muller, Chief Executive Officer, Deep Isolation. “ As a start-up, Deep Isolation is innovating with technology, business methods, and our approach to working with environmental groups and other stakeholders.” 

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Spent Fuel

Spent Fuel, UxC, February 07, 2020

Election-year Reversal as Trump Tweets Opposition to Yucca Mountain

[This link is behind a pay-wall ] How the president intends to find a long lasting solution to this task remains to be seen, but Elizabeth Muller, CEO of Deep Isolation, a nuclear waste disposal startup company based in Silicon Valley, said her company could be part of the solution: “Innovative approaches can absolutely help

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Nuclear Engineering International Magazine

Nuclear Engineering International, January 2020.

Solid Isolation

Page 32: New methods for confirming the stagnation of underground waters over hundreds of thousands of years could help determine suitable sites for borehole disposal of radioactive waste. Richard A. Muller explains

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