Nuclear Power Is About to Get a $1 Trillion Boost

Vancouver, BC –News Direct– MarketJar Source: Pixabay ⓒ wostemme The Oregon Group’s "The Start of the Uranium Bull Market and the Coming of the Second Atomic Age" can be read in its entirety here .

Nations across the globe are realizing how crucial nuclear energy is to reaching net-zero goals. Nuclear power generates electricity without carbon or climate change. The International Energy Agency (IEA) says that the size of the nuclear sector will need to double in the next 20 years if the world is to reach its goal of having net-zero emissions. To meet the demand for new, better nuclear reactors, the world must invest over $1 trillion.

The current energy crisis in Europe also makes uranium a desirable alternative, and numerous nations have already changed their nuclear energy policy to lengthen the lifespan of power facilities.

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