France simplifies construction of nuclear power plants
Von Swiss Resource Capital AG
With the help of a law, France wants to reduce the bureaucratic hurdles in the construction of nuclear reactors. Construction of the first next-generation EPR2 reactor is also to begin before May 2027. At least six new nuclear power plants are to be built. That's because France's reactors are getting on in years. Partly due to corrosion problems, there have been reactor failures. So, due to necessary repairs, a record number of nuclear reactors had to be taken off the grid. This reduced nuclear energy production to a 30-year low, which is not necessarily conducive to the current energy crisis in Europe. The goal of the new law is for the procedures and approvals for a new power plant to take less than five years, according to the French ministry. The planned new six nuclear power plants will cost about 51.7 billion euros.
The uranium needed for nuclear power plants was discovered in the 19th century as a waste product from silver mining. The physicist Antoine-Henri Becquerel discovered in 1896 that uranium is radioactive. Initially, uranium was used to dye glass and to treat tumors. That uranium serves as the basic element for the most dangerous weapon on earth was discovered later. Today, climate change is a goal of governments worldwide, and it is impossible to imagine the energy mix without nuclear energy. To bet on uranium, it is possible to invest in uranium companies such as Uranium Energy or IsoEnergy.
Uranium Energy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dygzURcg34 - impresses with environmentally friendly and cost-effective projects, some of which are ready for start-up, this in Canada and in the USA.
In the famous Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan, IsoEnergy owns several prospective uranium projects.
Current company information and press releases from Uranium Energy (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/uranium-energy-corp/ -) and IsoEnergy (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/iso-energy-ltd/ -).
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