In this critical decade we need nuclear products that are cost competitive, easier to buy, easier to deliver, present lower investor risk, for broad range of market applications.
Despite the world’s leading experts conclusion that a massive expansion of nuclear energy is an indispensable tool for dealing with climate change, some EU countries remain antinuclear.
WNN Viewpoint: Recently we witnessed a welcome example of evidence-based decision-making in Europe’s energy and climate change policies, write Kirsty Gogan, Rauli Partanen and Eric Ingersoll.
ENDS report on progress in defining the EU Sustainable Finance Taxonomy
“If nuclear is excluded from sustainable finance, it will result in both new build and life extensions for existing fleet being more difficult to finance, making our climate challenge harder, more expensive, and more likely to fail.”
If you haven’t heard the news – last week we had a win for science-based climate policy-making.
The Clean Energy Ministerial Flexible Nuclear Campaign aims to include flexible advanced nuclear in large-scale modelling of future energy systems.
Kirsty Gogan, co-founder and Global Director of Energy for Humanity provided her observations on the UNEP’s decision to exclude nuclear energy’s global trade group, quoted in Forbes
Nobody has done more for advancing clean energy on the grid than France. In light of this, we are alarmed at President Macron’s decision to move France away from clean nuclear power.