We’ll need 400 new nuclear reactors in 20 years — how is that going to happen?

According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the world must aggressively expand its sources of renewable energy, and it must also build more than 400 new nuclear reactors in the next 20 years—a near-doubling of today’s global fleet of 435 reactors. That's why new (old) nuclear technologies are getting a fresh look but limited funding.  

Back to the Future: Advanced Nuclear Energy and the Battle Against Climate Change | Brookings Institution

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