Audiofinaleheader.gif
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
Available On Air Stations

Sustainable Idaho: Microreactors with David Shropshire

mick-truyts-x6WQeNYJC1w-unsplash.jpg
Mick Truyts
/
Unsplash

Continuing our informative series on clean energy in collaboration with Idaho National Laboratory, this week we interviewed David Shropshire, who has been with the lab for over thirty years researching and specializing in the economics of nuclear power. Shropshire has also worked with the European Commission Joint Research Center among other prominent scientific organizations. We will discuss microreactor technology, its varied uses, and potential drawbacks.

Avery Frazier is an undergraduate student at Idaho State University and is currently pursuing a degree in clinical psychology with the hopes to obtain advanced degrees in the field. Her passion for sustainability stems from her earliest years, most of which were spent in the mountains of Idaho with her father. Her favorite topics in sustainability include clean energy, environmental cleanup, and low-waste practices.
Brianna is an undergraduate at Idaho State University who is currently pursuing a degree in communications with an emphasis in journalism with hopes of becoming an independent journalist. Her interest in sustainability stems from a love of nature and innovations. Her favorite topics in sustainability are agriculture and infrastructure.
sustainable_idaho_logo.png
EPISODES PRIOR TO JUNE 2021