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EU Must Include Nuclear Power In Its List Of Sustainable Sources

Nuclear power is the single biggest source of low-carbon electricity in Europe and is recognized in many of the scenarios assessed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the International Energy Agency and other organisations as having a critical role to play in responding to the climate emergency. It is therefore vital that nuclear is included in the EU’s new ...

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Nuclear Power Can Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

  The IAEA’s work has a direct impact on fundamental issues of war, peace, health, energy, food and water, Rafael Mariano Grossi told a Special Session of the Agency’s General Conference following his appointment as IAEA Director General. Mr. Grossi, a senior Argentinian diplomat with a career spanning several decades in nuclear non-proliferation and the peaceful uses of nuclear energy ...

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Russia To Make Nuclear Power A Reality For African Nations

South Africa is the only country on the African continent with nuclear power generation. Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke at a Russia-Africa summit in Sochi, Russia and said his government is ready to provide its nuclear power technology to more of Africa. African nations are trying to increase their power generation capacity on a continent that has long struggled to ...

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