Poland relies on nuclear power
Poland is one of the biggest climate sinners in Europe. In 2040, coal is to be replaced by nuclear energy, gas and renewable energies. The country wants to achieve the European targets for CO2 emissions. From 2033, nuclear power is to flow. There are still no nuclear power plants in Poland. Even though the construction was planned as early as 1971. Zarnowiec on the Baltic Sea was chosen as the location. In 1982 the construction work was also started. But then the project was put on hold.
Protests by the Polish population and the Chernobyl accident intervened. Today the Polish people seem to be more inclined towards nuclear power. The production of energy from coal is the reason why Poland is one of the most polluted countries in the EU. In principle, Eastern Europe is strongly committed to clean energy generation from nuclear power, even if many plants have been in operation for several years.
The decision by Germany to phase out nuclear power is also fuelling fears among some that this will have a negative impact on the CO2 balance. In Germany, 29 reactor units have been decommissioned and 6 units are still in operation. The Polish population knows bad air only too well. There are currently 73 nuclear power plants in Europe (including Russia and Turkey, not including the Caucasus states) in 17 countries. 14 reactor units in 8 countries are under construction. Incidentally, the first nuclear power plant was in Russia, and it went into operation in 1954.
Clean air needs atomic power, which in turn needs uranium. The companies that own uranium in their projects include IsoEnergy and Uranium Energy.
IsoEnergy - https://www.commodity-tv.com/play/newsflash-with-skeena-osisko-gold-royalties-rnc-minerals-isoenergy-and-auryn-resources/ - owns 15 strategically located properties in the eastern Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan. Most important are Laroque East (8,371 hectares), Geiger, Thorburn Lake and Radio. Another uranium project of IsoEnergy is located in Nunavut.
Uranium Energy - https://www.commodity-tv.com/play/uranium-energy-is-uniquely-positioned-for-uranium-price-growth/ - has, as a special plus, a fully licensed reprocessing plant and ISR projects in Texas, some of which have been approved. An ISR project in Wyoming is also part of this.
Current company information and press releases from IsoEnergy (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/iso-energy-ltd/) and Uranium Energy (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/uranium-energy-corp/).
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