Want to Reduce CO2 Emissions? We Might Need to Embrace Nuclear Power

Is nuclear energy the villain we make it to be? Or can it help us get to net zero?

As the European Commission debates whether nuclear energy can be classed as a sustainable green investment in its Taxonomy Regulation, our AE INcognito contributor — a new section dedicated for verified anonymous experts — explores the urgency of energy transition and the role of nuclear set against the backdrop of our current context.

To read more, click on the link below.

https://accidentaleuropean.com/want-to-reduce-co2-emissions-then-we-might-need-to-embrace-nuclear-plants/

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