Nuclear energy: Why now?

Appeal to investors

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Recent legislative changes make nuclear energy an increasingly realistic solution to the problems of climate change and energy scarcity.

When the European Parliament recently voted to classify nuclear energy as a ‘green' technology, it signalled an important moment for the global energy mix. This move provides validation that the transition to carbon-free energy cannot happen without substantially increasing the usage of nuclear power. At the same time, the energy crisis driven by Russia's invasion of Ukraine has forced policymakers to focus on energy security, particularly those with a heavy reliance on imported energy. One key advantage of nuclear power is the fact that nuclear energy comes from a domestic site. A nu...

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