Uranium Soaring As Countries Signal More Openness Towards Nuclear Power The Alternative Energy Source News Commentary

PALM BEACH, Fla., Sept. 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Recently, there has been more focus on alternative energy sources and a revisited use of nuclear power as a larger part of the solution. Market Business Insider on Yahoo discussed this saying that: "Uranium stocks are on the move as more and more country leaders are appreciating the benefits of nuclear power amid a global energy crisis. The potential renaissance in nuclear power comes six months after Russia invaded Ukraine, sparking a surge in energy prices as economic sanctions against Russia’s oil markets piled up and as Russia slowed its exports of natural gas to Europe to a trickle." It said: "Nuclear power is a clean form of energy production when the uranium waste is properly stored, and its relatively cheap to operate after the power plant has been built. Understanding this predicament, Belgium has become the latest […]

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