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The Dawn of Nuclear Energy Abundance

The day is coming when nuclear energy will transform our planet.

· 19 min read
The Dawn of Nuclear Energy Abundance
Director of the LIDEC (Chinon Integrated Materials Expertise Laboratory) Philippe Fievre at the the Chinon Nuclear Power Plant, central western France, on January 26th, 2023. Getty

Nuclear energy is in the ascendant. Nations across the globe, lured by the prospect of clean, secure, and reliable power, are announcing that they are extending the lives of their nuclear plants or planning to build new ones. These nations include: the United States, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Canada, the United Kingdom, the Czech Republic, Poland, Switzerland, Hungary, Sweden, Ukraine, South Korea, Japan, China, India, Pakistan, Egypt, Nigeria, and Ghana.

This momentum isn’t a fad; it’s a new beginning. By the end of this century, the world’s electrical grids will be grounded in abundant nuclear energy, because it is the only source of reliable, emissions-free energy that minimizes environmental impacts, can be scaled to meet global demand, and is not geographically constrained. Areas without geologically specific reliable energy will be forced to adopt nuclear—or remain reliant on fossil fuels.

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