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Purdue Planning to use Nuclear Energy

By District Energy posted 05-16-2023 22:39

  

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Summary

Purdue and Duke Energy are looking into new technology that would use nuclear energy to power Purdue in a healthier way.

Purdue currently uses a power plant that makes up 60% of the university's energy. This plan would create small modular reactors that would produce nuclear energy. Purdue's goal is to stop burning fossil fuels for energy, and getting rid of carbon emissions by switching to a healthier energy source.

Senior Vice President for Administrative Operations, Michael Cline, says Purdue will be powered by more eco-friendly energy and electric sources.

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