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Uranium

EWG study accurately predicted today’s decline in uranium mining

In 2006 an EWG study forecasted a decline in uranium mining around 2020. According to the Uranatlas, production has  been declining since 2015. It is very likely that nuclear power plants will run out of uranium much sooner than operators suspect.

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New European Nuclear Reactors Prove to Be A Financial and Technically Dangerous Disaster

March 20, 2018, Berlin – During his state visit to India, France's President Macron agreed with India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi last week to sell six French EPR reactors for the largest nuclear power plant ...
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Neue Europäische Atomreaktoren erweisen sich als finanzielle und gefährliche technische Desaster

Berlin, den 20. März, 2018. Bei seinem Staatsbesuch in Indien vereinbarte Frankreichs Präsident Macron mit Indiens Regierungschef Narendra Modi letzte Woche den Verkauf von sechs französischen EPR-Reaktoren für das größte Atomkraftwerk, geplant in Jaitapur. Unbeachtet ...
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New Study: Low-Cost Energy System in India without Nuclear and Coal Base Load by 2030 Feasible

New Study: Low-Cost Energy System in India without Nuclear and Coal Base Load by 2030 Feasible September 27, 2016, Berlin/Lappeenranta – In India, energy supply, fully based on renewable energy sources, storage and distribution, is ...
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IEA creates misleading future scenarios for solar power generation

The projections of the International Energy Agency (IEA) for PV have proven to be unreliable in the past. The Energy Watch Group had discussed this in detail in September 2015. The analysis of the current World Energy ...
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