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Energy Evolution | Climate conflicts prompt reappraisal of nuclear power


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Listen: Energy Evolution | Climate conflicts prompt reappraisal of nuclear power

Climate change and the global energy crisis are making nuclear power attractive again to countries and utilities that were once eager to reduce or eliminate reactors. But whether the uranium mining sector sees sufficient price signals to expand production remains to be seen. And many cost and execution issues facing new nuclear construction are not resolved.

In this episode, S&P Global Commodity Insights reporters Abbie Bennett, Camellia Moors and Kip Keen discuss these developments as part of their 3-part series on nuclear power.

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