With nuclear energy into a low-emission future
The contribution of nuclear power generation to the global energy transition cannot be underestimated, because it is elementary. There are no direct CO2 or GHG emissions, and nuclear power also has one of the lowest CO2 emission rates over its entire life cycle. This means that energy can be generated safely, reliably and without fossil fuels. With a reliability factor of at least 80 to 90 percent, nuclear power is superior to power generation from wind (30 to 40 percent) and also from solar (10 to 25 percent).
Nuclear energy also beats renewable energies from the cost point of view, because there are no storage costs, for example. The Chernobyl and Fukushima catastrophes in particular have led to extensive modernization and safety systems. The earth's energy mix should succeed with as few fossil fuels as possible; emission avoidance is the goal. But this can be achieved with the help of nuclear power plants, wind, hydropower and photovoltaic technology. The world population is growing and the demand for energy is increasing.
Many countries are also simply not able to cover the majority of their power generation capacity from renewables. Nuclear power, on the other hand, is not affected by weather conditions and seasonality. All these considerations urge the conclusion that nuclear power will have to play a greater role in the transition to a low-emission world by 2050. So, too, will the uranium that power plants need. This is what companies like IsoEnergy and Uranium Energy have in their projects.
Uranium Energy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QgsiJCXr-8 - has various uranium projects that are well developed or have been partially approved, including a large project in the USA.
IsoEnergy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPkBdRV_lew - has uranium projects in the famous Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan. The high-grade Hurricane zone stands out in particular.
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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