Saturday, April 30, 2016

Adam Credo, The Washington Free Beacon: Iran to Build Seven New Nuke Plants By 2020

Here is a bit about journalist Adam Credo
Adam Kredo is senior writer for the Washington Free Beacon. Formerly an award-winning political reporter for the Washington Jewish Week, where he frequently broke national news, Kredo’s work has been featured in outlets such as the Jerusalem Post, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, and Politico, among others

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Iran to Build Seven New Nuke Plants By 2020

BY:  April 29, 2016
Iran is offering to help the global community construct nuclear power plants, according to a top official, who said that Iran would be home to seven new nuclear plants by 2020, according to recent remarks.
Behrouz Kamalvandi, the spokesman for Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization, announced on Friday that Iran has the technology and know-how to help the world’s advanced nations construct nuclear power plants.
Iran is currently holding talks with a variety of nations aimed at cementing new deals to construct new nuclear plants, Kamalvandi was quoted as saying in the country’s state-controlled press.
“Besides Bushehr nuclear power plant and two other plants being constructed in Iran, four others will be built by 2020,” Kamalvandi announced.
Iran is scheduled to send the United States 32 tons of nuclear material “in the coming weeks,” Obama administration officials told theWashington Free Beacon earlier this week. The unprecedented deal will cost the United States $8.6 million.
Specific details of the payment to Iran are being withheld until the deal is complete, according to these officials.
“We cannot discuss details of the payment until after the purchase is complete,” a Treasury Department official who was not authorized to speak on record told the Free Beacon. “The Department of Energy’s Isotope Program plans to pay Iran approximately $8.6 million dollars for 32 metric tons of heavy water.”