Building new nuclear capacity does not need to be risky or expensive, a new report from the OECD NEA has found.
As the second largest source of clean energy, nuclear should be represented accordingly during the upcoming COP26 meeting in Glasgow.
In this critical decade we need nuclear products that are cost competitive, easier to buy, easier to deliver, present lower investor risk, for broad range of market applications.
Let’s restore critical thinking, facts, reason, and civility to American public discourse. Join the debate and hear both sides of every issue.
The 53 signatories of this open letter include world famous climate scientists; academics, political leaders; regulators; climate NGOs; authors; artists; and investors.
During IAEA conference on important role of nuclear energy in addressing climate change, Kirsty Gogan, reported on a comprehensive study her organisation, LucidCatalyst, conducted on nuclear energy costs.
Despite the world’s leading experts conclusion that a massive expansion of nuclear energy is an indispensable tool for dealing with climate change, some EU countries remain antinuclear.
The role of nuclear power in sustainable energy systems is a topic of increasing centrality in European and national energy policies.
How can the world rapidly decarbonize the energy sector to meet both climate goals and a growing demand for energy?