Uranium for the energy of the future

Uranium for the energy of the future

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Some 325 nuclear reactors are in the planning stage, which would almost double the amount of uranium needed, and 51 nuclear facilities are under construction. These are expected to enter service in the next five years. Investments are focused on energy independence in the wake of current events, and this trend could intensify. Two years of pandemics have led to more attention to the health of the planet. And the Russian invasion and its many consequences show how critical the energy supply situation can become when dependencies exist. For a long time, not least because of the Chernobyl disaster, nuclear energy was demonized, and the price of uranium fell sharply.

Today, the situation looks different. Fukushima has rekindled the fear of nuclear energy, but the taboo of nuclear power seems to have been overcome. Today, nuclear power plants have become […]

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