While traditional sources of fuel spark environmentalists’ concerns about climate change and the impact on the environment, politicians around the world are focused on investigating alternative sources of energy. One option that’s growing in popularity is uranium, a highly unstable element used to generate energy in nuclear power plants.
Companies that invest in uranium storage, discovery, control and operations have seen steady increases in value throughout 2020 and 2021 as safe nuclear technology continues to develop. Learn more about uranium stocks in this guide. Overview: Uranium Stocks
Uranium is a naturally occurring nonrenewable resource. Unlike other nonrenewable resources (like coal and fossil fuels) the Earth has a significantly larger amount of uranium reserves that have yet to be tapped, which means that uranium can be used as a fuel source for much longer when compared to fossil fuels.
Uranium is used to power the process of nuclear fission. During nuclear fission, […]
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