Nuclear appetite takes hold as US looks to secure its energy future

Nuclear energy is definitely not circling the drain, and GTI Energy is set to pounce. Picture: Getty Images Sponsored content

The wheels are well and truly in motion on US uranium, according to Bruce Lane – and the nation could be about to put the foot down.

For the executive director of Wyoming-focused ISR uranium play GTI Energy ( ASX:GTR ) , a recent trip to US nuclear renaissance heartland has solidified the rising confidence seen in social media feeds and news editorials in Australia for a while now.

The US uranium revival is on.“There’s a level of public acceptance over there now that nuclear is part of the future, it’s something I haven’t seen on that level before,” Lane told Stockhead .“The US Department of Energy has made some massive statements which are beneficial to pretty much everything to do with the nuclear business and supply chain, including their recently announced […]

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