Energy and climate change need nuclear power

Too much investment is still going into fossil energy instead of green energy.

According to the IEA (International Energy Agency), not two thirds of the investment in fossil energy, but better in clean energy. The world is in a transition situation, so that fossil fuels are still part of the energy mix. But the proportion of clean energy generation is growing.

Nuclear energy belongs to this clean variant, even if there are other ideas about it. They are also not only found in stationary reactors. Nuclear power is also used on submarines, aircraft carriers, cargo ships or icebreakers. Even satellites can be operated with nuclear reactors. And Russia launched the first floating nuclear power plant, the “Akademik Lomonossow”. Remote regions are to be supplied with electricity in this way. So nuclear power fulfills several functions.

Uranium companies such as IsoEnergy and Uranium Energy are working to supply the growing number of nuclear reactors with uranium. Because the United States wants to make itself less dependent on uranium imports, this is special Uranium Energy – – in a good position. The projects are located in Texas, Arizona, Wyoming, New Mexico and Paraguay. They are also very advanced and some have already been approved. Uranium Energy’s second mainstay in Paraguay is the Alto Parana Ferro-Titan project. The initial economic evaluation is currently being worked on.

IsoEnergy – – has its uranium projects in the Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan, they make up about 170,000 hectares of land after six new properties have been added. Surely a good investment in one of the best uranium areas after the uranium price gets going.

Current company information and press releases from Uranium Energy (- -) and IsoEnergy (- -).

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