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  • When will this stock rebound? What kind of news are we looking for?
  • I'll prosably sit back and watch all the non reading type here lose some money. Can't support nuclear without public subsidies in the billions. http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/may/22/nuclear-power-subsidies-must-end/

  • We are going LITHIUM. Non core uranium property Sales any day! No debt and 11 mil in cash. Alex what are going to do?
  • Hey wake up it is 2017 and nuclear is pretty well dead without subsidies and the waste problems never seem to be fixable like in Hanford, Chernobyl or Fukushima thanks but no thanks. https://thinkprogress.org/solar-delivers-cheapest-electricity-ever-anywhere-by-any-technology-c2ef759ac33f

    Solar delivers cheapest electricity ‘ever, anywhere, by any technology’
    Half the price of coal!
    thinkprogress.org
  • Less than One Year, in 1st Half of 2018 per M & E JORC Compliant Lithium project to begin Production.
  • July $1.6 million Drilling Program in Nevada Lithium project begins.
  • URRE is LITHIUM and URANIUM, and has properties to sell to fund becoming the mega Lithium Miner local to Tesla in Nevada.
  • Yup! That's why we are going LITHIUM. Non core uranium property Sales to come to raise the $1.6 mil for the July drilling program....3.2 mil short verses 24 mil float. No debt and 11 mil in cash. Hmmmm, what are going to do Alex?
  • As is well known in the nuclear industry, China has the fastest growing nuclear power program of any country in the world today, and it is likely to surpass all the currently leading nuclear power countries, including Japan, France, and the United States, by the middle of the next decade, if not earlier. As many countries are reconsidering their reliance on nuclear power, and, in some cases, renouncing it altogether, China’s aggressive nuclear reactor construction program stands not only in stark contrast to much of the rest of the world but it also presents a significant focal point for how the future of global nuclear power may evolve. It used to be said that “all roads lead to Rome,” but in the nuclear industry’s case, it is quickly becoming apparent that “all roads lead to China.”...the UxC White Paper. Spot Back Up to $27 and Dollar going down, watch action return to Miners in general...This post is for the paid basher who posted I was a lier here for saying China was doing major new developments in Nuclear energy. P.S. I am sure their 172 Billion Silk Road program will include nuclear energy for some new places, also. Wake Up! Uranium and Lithium commodities will be in demand and rising prices.
  • Sale of Non Core Assets? ...Any time, any day!
  • Over the last three years (the amount of time that the Vogtle units are now delayed), Georgia has added 1,030 megawatts of solar energy to the grid, and will add another 1,350 megawatts over the next
    years before the Vogtle units may even be completed.
  • WARREN B. looking for the next Big Thing?! It's Lithium Batteries Powering Cars, Lawn Mowers, and More! Join me and other URRE share holders, this Friday afternoon on IN, with a Management up date on URRE progress..
  • We are ready for takeoff! Get on or miss the ride!!
  • Anyone who wants to invest in a real company in this field look into LTBR
  • Nevertheless, the market is growing quickly. In early January 2017, Tesla began operations at its gargantuan gigafactory, where it began mass production of lithium-ion batteries for its EVs and for its new Powerwall 2 and Powerpack 2, a line of residential, commercial and utility-scale energy storage systems. The ramp-up of battery production, combined with the rollout of a growing number of new EV models, ensures strong demand for lithium in the years ahead.

    Demand rising

    Lithium will, in the next decade, see the fastest growth rate out of any major commodity over the past century.

    Lithium demand is set to rise by 16 percent per year over the course of the next decade, quadrupling by 2025 to 750,000 tons, according to Morningstar. That is the fastest growth rate out of any major commodity over the past century.

    The Tesla gigafactory has the potential to dramatically accelerate lithium demand. By mid-2018 when the gigafactory hits peak production, the 35 gigawatt-hours of annual battery production capacity will be nearly equivalent to the volume of batteries that the rest of the world produces combined.

    A 2016 report from Navigant Research projects sales for lithium-ion batteries just for passenger vehicles to total $221 billion between 2015 and 2024. “The demand in vehicles, electric bikes, trucks and buses is going to be enormous, and the electric storage market is also going to be significant,”
  • Great news
  • China already has more solar than nuclear so stop with the lies. https://www.pv-tech.org/news/china-installed-7.21gw-of-solar-in-q1-2017-curtailment-issues-remain

    China installed 7.21GW of solar in Q1 2017, curtailment issues remain
    China added 7.21GW of solar PV in the first quarter of the year, roughly 70MW compared to the same quarter last year, according to figures from China’s National Energy Administration (NEA).
    www.pv-tech.org
  • http://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/news/2017/05/16/regulators-to-duke-energy-do-you-still-want-the.html?ana=yahoo&yptr=yahoo

    Regulators to Duke Energy: Do you still want the Lee Nuclear plant and how much will it cost? - Charlotte Business Journal
    N.C. regulators want answers — including a new cost estimate ­— on Duke Energy’s Lee Nuclear Station given troubles at two similar projects.
    www.bizjournals.com
  • China installed an impressive 7.21 gigawatts of new solar capacity in the first quarter of 2017, and generated 21.4 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity, up 80% over the same period a year earlier.

    According to a statement from the country’s National Energy Administration, China added 7.21 gigawatts (GW) of new solar capacity in the first quarter, made up of 4.78 GW of utility-scale solar, and 2.43 GW of distributed solar PV. This brings the country’s cumulative solar PV capacity up to almost 85 GW.
  • The new URRE story and up trend, has begun! Events and news 'Lithium' will be happening for now on, for Years to come, not just months. Let's all enjoy the ride, how ever bumpy it may be at times, well shepherded as it is by URRE Management!