I think this is more on an idea I sent you earlier this year. Apparently they're putting one up in Alaska, although I don't know the timeframe (and Obama's administration could presumably kill the idea). http://www.nytimes.com/2005/02/03/business/03power.html?_r=1
There is a coal seam about 10 miles away. But no one builds coal plants that are small and clean enough, said the manager, Marvin Yoder, and the cost of permits to open a new mine might make the whole project impractical.
The town even looked at solar power, Mr. Yoder said. But demand in Galena is highest in winter, when it is dark 20 hours a day, and residents need electricity to keep cars and even diesel fuel from freezing.
But then along came Toshiba, which performs maintenance and repair work on conventional nuclear reactors around the world. The company is trying to develop a new reactor that would run almost unattended and put out 10 megawatts of power, about 1 percent as much as a typical United States plant.
It sees Galena as a test market for a product that could appeal to other isolated small towns, factories and mines.
Toshiba offered Galena a free reactor if the town would pay the operating costs, estimated at 10 cents a kilowatt-hour, about the national average for power. In December the City Council voted unanimously to take it.
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