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New Nuclear Fuel Can Be Here Even Faster Than New Reactors

The nuclear industry has been focusing on new reactor designs to address a variety of issues like climate change, backing up renewables, and replacing fossil fuels with a reliable baseload alternative.

by James Conca

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Developing nations need help to quit coal addiction

Coal-fired power plants are proving hard to shutdown in developing economies because they are cheap and convenient, but keeping them going is pumping out carbon dioxide at a rate far beyond the level needed to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.

by John Kemp

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Dawn of a mining supercycle. Are you taking the fizz?

Published on Thursday, a new Wood Mackenzie forecast for the green energy transition, or GET™  is, for good reason, already in wide circulation.

by Mining.com

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Why 'nuclear batteries' offer a new approach to carbon-free energy

We may be on the brink of a new paradigm for nuclear power, a group of nuclear specialists suggested recently in The Bridge, the journal of the National Academy of Engineering.

by David Chandler

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Small nuclear offers a realistic African energy solution

Worldwide we have witnessed intense energy discussion over the last couple of years. This has been compounded by a number of significant energy failures in various countries; a major systems failure in South Australia; an Ice Storm in Texas; gas supply issues in Europe…and the list continues.

by Dr. Kelvin Kemm

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Nuclear Energy: Myth Vs. Fact

Nuclear energy produces about 10% of the world’s electricity, but there are many common misconceptions about its usage and consequences. The Oniondebunks common myths about nuclear energy.

by Onion

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Nuclear Power Just Doesn’t Need Much Fuel

On May 8th, the Columbia Generating Station, the only nuclear power plant in the Pacific Northwest, disconnected from the grid in order to carry out its biannual refueling. It refueled and connected back to the grid last Saturday, only 42 days later.

by James Conca

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Uranium Supply Deficit Update & Outlook

This is a very important and needed update on the uranium market in 2021 and beyond. 


YellowBull goes in depth on where the uranium market stands in 2021 and where it's headed. 


Great read, as are most posts done by YellowBull. 


Hint: it's still looking pretty bullish.

by YellowBull

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15 Reasons to Invest in Uranium

There're many fundamental reasons to invest in uranium. In this Reddit post, @YellowBull on Twitter has showcased 15 of the reasons why 2021 and beyond will be good years for uranium investing. 


He also says that with all these catalysts in place for uranium prices to go up, he'd expect uranium stocks to go up in value and price as well.


YellowBull believes uranium offers the best risk-reward ratio for investors today.

by YellowBull

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Sprott might corner the uranium market. Here's why.

Kevin Bambrough, one of the sharpest minds in the uranium space, explains why the deal between Sprott & UPC is one of the most-important deals for uranium prices. This is a must-read and must-understand article.

by Kevin Bambrough

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Uranium Crash Course

What is uranium? What is uranium used for? How is uranium produced? What are the largest uranium miners? Which country has the largest uranium reserves? How much does it cost to mine uranium? How is nuclear fuel made from uranium? Those are essential questions that every uranium investor must answer before they actually deploy money into the uranium market. This post, provided by World-Nuclear.org will likely give you a stable basis of knowledge about uranium, on which you can build on continuedly. 


by World Nuclear

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Uranium Stocks Alternatives

This is a post about alternatives to uranium exploration, develoment & mining companies. from INN talks about ETF's, physical uranium funds and ultility companies. Quick read but could be helpful to newcomers to better understand the different possibilities for investing in uranium.

by Georgia Williams

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First concrete poured for Xudabao 3

China National Nuclear Power (CNNP) - a subsidiary of China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) - announced the start of construction of Xudabao 3 in a 1 August statement to the Shanghai Stock Exchange.

by World Nuclear News

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Denison Mines Reports Decision to Increase Anticipated ISR Mining Head Grade at Phoenix by 50%

Denison Mines Corp. is pleased to report positive interim results from the ongoing metallurgical test program for the planned In-Situ Recovery ("ISR") mining operation at the Phoenix uranium deposit ("Phoenix"), located on the Company's 90% owned Wheeler River Uranium Project ("Wheeler River" or the "Project").

by Denison Mines Corp

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Denison Acquires 50% of JCU (Canada) Exploration Company

Denison Mines Corp. is pleased to announce the completion of its acquisition of 50% ownership of JCU (Canada) Exploration Company, Limited ("JCU"), from UEX Corporation ("UEX"), for cash consideration of $20.5 million.

by Denison Mines Corp

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UEX Corporation Closes the JCU Transaction and the Denison Agreement

UEX Corporation is pleased to announce that UEX has closed the transaction (the “JCU Transaction”) with Overseas Uranium Resources Development Co., Ltd. (“OURD”) to acquire OURD’s wholly-owned subsidiary JCU (Canada) Exploration Company, Limited (“JCU”), as disclosed in UEX’s news releases dated April 22, 2021 and June 15, 2021, in consideration for the payment of C$41 million.

by UEX Corporation

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Ur-Energy Releases 2021 Q2 Results

Ur-Energy Inc. has filed the Company's Form 10-Q for the quarter ended June 30, 2021, with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission at www.sec.gov/edgar.shtml and with Canadian securities authorities at www.sedar.com.

by Ur-Energy

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Fifth Hongyanhe unit enters commercial operation

Unit 5 of the Hongyanhe nuclear power plant in China's Liaoning province has completed commissioning tests and met the conditions for entering commercial operation, China General Nuclear (CGN) has announced.

by World Nuclear News

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Energy Fuels Announces Q2-2021 Results

Energy Fuels Inc. today reported its financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2021. The Company's quarterly report on Form 10-Q has been filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") and may be viewed on the Electronic Document Gathering and Retrieval System

by Energy Fuels

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Helion prepares to build seventh fusion prototype

Fusion energy developer Helion Energy has broken ground on a new facility in Everett, Washington, which will house its seventh generation fusion prototype, known as Polaris.

by World Nuclear News

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Vogtle in-service dates and cost forecast revised

Georgia Power today said it now projects an in-service date in the second quarter of 2022 for Vogtle unit 3 and in the first quarter of 2023 for Vogtle unit 4, three-to-four months later than previously expected for each unit.

by World Nuclear News

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Rooppur unit 1 dome installation starts

The dome of the inner containment shell of unit 1 of the Rooppur nuclear power plant in Bangladesh is now being installed, Rosatom announced yesterday.

by World Nuclear News

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Denison Mines Provides Interim Progress Update on ISR Field Test Activities and Announces Discovery of Additional High-Grade Uranium Mineralization at Phoenix

Denison Mines Corp. is pleased to provide a progress update on the In-Situ Recovery ("ISR") field test activities occurring at Phase 1 of the high-grade Phoenix uranium deposit ("Phoenix") at the Company's 90% owned Wheeler River Uranium Project ("Wheeler River" or the "Project").

by Denison Mines

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Energy Fuels Announces Strategic Alliance with RadTran, LLC for the Recovery of Isotopes Needed for Emerging Cancer Therapeutics

Energy Fuels Inc. is pleased to announce the execution of a Strategic Alliance Agreement ("Alliance") with RadTran, LLC ("RadTran") to evaluate the recovery of thorium, and potentially radium, from the Company's existing rare earth carbonate ("RE Carbonate") and uranium process streams for use in the production of medical isotopes for emerging targeted alpha therapy ("TAT") cancer therapeutics.

by Energy Fuels

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Jordan declares uranium plant 'fully operational'

Jordan has been operating a "pioneering" processing plant to recover yellowcake from uranium ores since the start of the year, the head of the country's Atomic Energy Commission has announced.

by World Nuclear News

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Russia commits to further floating NPPs

Rosatom and a subsidiary of Kaz Minerals have signed for power supply to the new Baimskaya copper mining project in the Chukotka region of eastern Siberia.

by World Nuclear News

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Construction starts on Bolivian research reactor complex

Russia's Rosatom has launched construction works for a research reactor facility in Bolivia, which is part of a nuclear technology research and development centre (CNTRD) in the city of El Alto.

by World Nuclear News

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