Eric P. Loewen

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Eric P. Loewen is a nuclear engineer affiliated with the Environmental Literacy Council and the Marshall Institute, who has worked at the Idaho National Laboratory[1].

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  1. Dr. Eric Loewen. The Marshall Institute. Retrieved on 2010-01-05. “Joining the Idaho National Laboratory in 1999, he contributed to development of a Generation IV lead-bismuth cooled reactor and proliferation-resistant thoria-urania fuel.”

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  • Meetings : Eric Loewen. VA Section of ANS. Retrieved on 2010-01-05. “Chief Consulting Engineer for Advanced Plants Technology for General Electric Nuclear business...serves on the board of directors for the American Nuclear Society”


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