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 Power Plant Technology Schools?

Answer As of February, 2011, the median salary of a power plant technology degree holder is $55,000. Typically, degree holders will pursue careers in nuclear and fossil fuel power plants. However, degree ... Read More »
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The Difference Between Integration Technology & Using Technology to Transform Schools?

Technology has taken the world by storm, including schools. Technology has changed the way students learn. Many schools have a technology integration specialist present in their building who helps ... Read More »
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Would it be healthier to live by a coal burning plant or a nuclear power plant?

On One Hand: Coal Plants May Be Tied to CancerAccording to MSNBC, in 2004, coal burning power plants negatively impacted the health of 24,000 residents--2,800 of whom developed cancer. Due to air q... Read More »
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What is the power output of a typical nuclear power plant?

According to the World Nuclear Association, as of July 1, 2010 the United States had 104 nuclear power plants that produced 101,263 MWe per year. That averages to 973.68 MWe per year per plant.Refe... Read More »
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How many megawatts of power does a nuclear power plant produce?

Each nuclear power plant produces a different amount of megawatts, based on the design of the plant. The capacity of nuclear power plants in the United States in 2008 ranged from 482 megawatts at t... Read More »
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