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    Friday, September 15, 2017

    The World Is Turning Off Nuclear Power

    Report: Nuclear power on the decline

    Cecile Barbieri, September 14, 2017 (EurActiv)

    “Nuclear power seems on its way out, as construction of only one new nuclear reactor was undertaken in 2017…But the sector’s inherent inertia means that despite the slowdown, some projects are still being developed [according to the the World Nuclear Industry 2017 report. The data signals] a phase out of the sector. The number of nuclear reactors under construction has diminished for the fourth consecutive year, going from 68 in 2013 to 53 in 2017…In 2016, the world’s nuclear production has increased by 1.4% thanks to a 23% increase in China’s production. Globally, the share of nuclear power in electricity generation (10.5% in 2017) has declined only very slightly (-0.2%)…[F]ive countries produce 70% of total nuclear energy in the world. The two largest producers, the US and France, account for half of total production…The Chinese exception could also be nearing its time, given that in 2017 no nuclear reactor was built in China…” click here for more

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