Can ‘Nuclear’ Hydrogen Become Competitive?

The appeal of nuclear power in the Western world has dropped significantly after the disaster with Japan’s Fukushima power plant. It fueled the skepticism of taxpayers and the willingness of politicians to approve new projects that cost years if not decades to finish and leave behind a radioactive legacy that remains a hazard for thousands of years. The UK is one of the few exceptions where a nuclear power plant is under construction at, Hinkley Point C, and a second one, Sizewell C, is awaiting approval. French state-owned EDF is the company behind…

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