–News Direct– The ongoing global energy crisis has created a nuclear revival, fueling Asia to give the once-disregarded nuclear power industry a second chance. 1
Japan and South Korea are repealing anti-nuclear legislation, while China and India are planning to build more reactors to avoid future supply problems and reduce emissions. Even developing nations in Southeast Asia are interested in atomic technology.
The embrace of nuclear energy comes as natural gas and coal prices, the two fossil fuels used to create the majority of Asia’s power, reached all-time highs this year as a result of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. As the globe moves away from Russia, a key fuel supplier, supply will stay constrained and prices will remain high for the foreseeable future. Here is how you can potentially earn an extra $3,000 every month… Imagine if you can follow along a full-time trader and just make the same […]
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