Kirsty Gogan discusses the role of nuclear and partnerships in the clean energy transition at the IAEA Atoms4Climate conference.
A handful of new nuclear projects in Europe and the USA have suffered high profile construction delays and cost overruns. Yet in many countries, new nuclear power projects are being delivered on time and budget.
Kirsty Gogan told the #Atoms4Climate conference at the IAEA Vienna headquarters that most new-build projects today are delivering very low-cost, successful nuclear programmes.
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.
Clip from an interview with upcoming Energy Institute podcast
If the EU Sustainable Finance Taxonomy excludes nuclear, it may result in both new build and life extensions for existing fleet being much more difficult to finance.
Energy for Humanity, a key global advocate for solving environmental challenges and enabling universal access to modern energy services, will receive the 2018 Advanced Reactors Summit Trailblazer Award.