The future of fission power – evolution or revolution?

A look into the future potential of fission power.

The future of fission power

There are about 440 operational nuclear power plants in the world at present, with a total installed electrical capacity of almost 360 GW. 

During the course of the year, they will generate more than 2500 TWh of electrical energy, avoiding the production of more than 1 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide from fossil fuels.

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