The Energy Sector's Biggest Threat (and Opportunity)

by David Fessler

On July 6, 2013, Ralph Seidensticker quietly passed away in his home in Valencia, Calif. He was 81 years old. If you ask 1,000 people who he was, it's doubtful that more than one or two would know. Seidensticker was the pioneer in nuclear reactor design. He spent 58 years designing reactors for nuclear power plants as an Argonne National Laboratory engineer. Read On…