Nuclear power is about to make a comeback. The problem is the construction of the reactors.

Western nations are betting heavily on nuclear power decades after safety concerns have disgraced them — only they’ve lost their know-how in building the reactors.

Governments want nuclear’s zero-carbon electricity to help fight climate change and reduce dependence on Russian oil and gas. The US, France and China are banking on a new generation of reactors that are said to be easier to build and safer than previous designs. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has fueled a sense of urgency to get them online.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/nuclear-power-climate-change-russia-energy-11655995024 Nuclear power is about to make a comeback. The problem is the construction of the reactors.

Mike Fahey

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