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A global atomic renaissance

Une renaissance mondiale du nucléaire

 — 27 juillet 2022
Countries around the world are putting scrapped nuclear energy plans back on the table. It’s no wonder, given soaring fossil fuel prices, a European natural gas crisis, and the realities of climate change. Now, the cost-benefit analysis around nuclear power is getting a second look.

Here’s a look at some of the countries that are reconsidering nuclear:

🇳🇱 The Netherlands plans to build its first nuclear plant since 1973.

🇬🇧 The UK is constructing a nuclear power plant to power 6 million homes.

🇪🇬 Egypt is building its first nuclear reactor, in partnership with Russia.

🇯🇵 Japan is restarting idled nuclear power plants 11 years after the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

🇫🇷 France is nationalizing energy giant EDF to boost its nuclear energy industry.

🇺🇸 The US announced $6 billion to keep nuclear plants open.

🇺🇬 Uganda is seeking a partnership with Russia to develop a nuclear power plant.


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