viewWestern Uranium & Vanadium Corp. Nuclear energy is positioned as a key component in the worldwide push to reduce carbon emissions. Nuclear reactors, after all, generate power through heat released by fission, which is used to create steam that spins a turbine to generate electricity without the harmful emissions associated with fossil fuels.
Uranium demand to fuel the world’s nuclear reactors is expected to rise to 79,400 metric tonnes of elemental uranium (MTU) by 2030, up from 62,500 MTU in 2021, with that number anticipated to climb to 112,300 MTU in 2040, according to a report by the World Nuclear Association.
Colorado-based Western Uranium & Vanadium ( Western Uranium & Vanadium Corp. (CSE:WUC, OTCQX:WSTRF) ) is a mining company focused on low-cost, near-term production of uranium and vanadium in the western United States. The company has a large production-ready, permitted and developed high-grade uranium and vanadium resource, which includes the Sunday […]
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