Hi there! I have to write an article for one Latvian environmentally tended e-zine about the future of energy use and the good alternatives that are out there to conventional fossil fuel technologies. And while I'll of course mention wind, solar and ocean/sea tide electroenergy sources alongside hidroelectrcal stations I'd welcome more information on nuclear reactors. As I understand neither solar or wind energy provides enough power that we can efficiently use and tide power farms are experimental and very limited in where they can be deployed, same goes for hidroelectrical stations. So the most viable and reasonable thing is nuclear power. I have already thought of mentioning the awesome ITER project, but my knowledge in classical nuclear power plants is limited, I know there is a new generation of those where meltdown is quite impossible. What pro nuclear energy facts could I mention? (safety, environmental consequences, efficiency) But please mention the bad sides too. I want to write a scientifically objective article, without any greenpeace like doomsday whining. thanks!