Nuclear, ESG and uranium ETFs: A once-in-a-decade opportunity

The speakers were John Ciampaglia, CEO and senior managing director at Sprott Asset Management and Tom Bailey, head of research at HANetf The impact of rising demand for nuclear on supply, its key role in the transition to net zero and how to capture the opportunity through an ETF were all topics covered in ETF Stream’s webinar with HANetf .

The discussion, titled Nuclear, ESG and uranium ETFs: A once-in-a-decade opportunity , started by assessing how the narrative around nuclear energy has shifted over the past 12 months following several landmark geopolitical events.

John Ciampaglia, CEO and senior managing director at Sprott Asset Management, said the United Nations COP26 climate summit in Glasgow last year was the catalyst for change , becoming the point in which governments recognised the role it could play in the climate transition to net zero.

“The science and the facts behind nuclear energy are winning the day […]

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