U.S. led coalition to triple nuclear power by 2050

The U.S., along with 20 other countries, pledged to triple nuclear power by 2050 to limit climate change and achieve net-zero carbon emissions. The declaration by these nations places nuclear power at the center of the push to transition to clean energy. Other major economies that signed the agreement include Canada, France, the United Kingdom, and Japan.

There are several reasons why the interest in nuclear is booming worldwide, including:

  • A growing recognition that nuclear energy is a dependable source of clean electricity
  • Nuclear energy will be instrumental in limiting the effects of climate change
  • Nuclear energy can support the rapidly growing role of wind and solar in power grids

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