At last year’s COP 26 conference, which was itself entirely powered by electricity from nuclear power, governments pledged their commitment to nuclear as a key tool for hitting far-off decarbonisation targets.
But with energy prices now soaring, talk has turned to action quicker than these governments may have planned, with a conga-line of nations giving tangible support to their nuclear power sectors to help shore up energy security. With this and other factors at play, uranium stocks have had a big few years, even after taking recent markets into account.
So, to take stock and to hear how things could play out from here, we spoke to the CEO of one of the ASX’s top-performing uranium stocks and heard why the sector could just be getting warmed up. From a microcap to a midcap
The fundamentals for the sector had long been bullish, but that didn’t stop the sector from heading […]
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