Nukes Are Back!

Posted On Jun 1, 2022 By Addison Wiggin

The automobile industry is transitioning to electric vehicles. But, where’s the juice? Where does it come from?

“Between 2009 and 2019,” writes Robert Rapier in a recent Forbes article, “global consumption of renewable energy grew at an annual average of 13.4%. Over that time, renewable energy consumption grew from 8.2 exajoules (EJ) globally to 28.8 EJ. Yet, global carbon dioxide emissions rose by more than 4 billion metric tons per year during that time, reaching an all-time high in 2019.”

“Renewables are growing at a much faster rate,” Rapier contends, “but it will take decades at the current growth rates before renewables can make a serious dent in global carbon dioxide emissions.”
This is why nuclear power is becoming a bigger part of the energy conversation. It meets consumers’ demands for more energy and it meets the green goals of zero carbon emissions.
Nuclear, schmuclear.
As soon as you say it: Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, and Fukushima quickly come to mind. Nukes have a rap sheet all their own.

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