nuclear power

Most countries produce just a fraction of their electricity using nuclear power.

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Nuclear power has barely grown in the last 25 years — but renewables and fossil fuels both have.

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It takes more than just fuel to make nuclear power work. See the global flow of goods throughout the nuclear lifecycle, from raw ore to nuclear waste.

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Debates over nuclear power in Australia continue to be stoked. Not by industry or voters, but by the media. Following a worn path that likely leads nowhere.

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Russia’s experience has shown that the technology can help in reducing carbon emissions but making it widely available will take time.

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Removing institutional bottlenecks will attract foreign and domestic participation in India’s nuclear energy programme.

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Nuclear energy has been declining in importance as a source of power and SMRs will not reverse that.

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Navigating expanded nuclear power generation will require stronger and better safeguards while making sensible use of new technologies.

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Surveys over the past decade show that nuclear energy as an energy option is being increasingly accepted in Indonesia.

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Small modular reactors are being considered as part of Australia’s energy future, but there are none in operation in countries whose lead we might follow.

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Nuclear power is a credible source of abundant zero-emissions electricity, but it would take 20 years to commence operations from a standing start in Australia.

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