As the world’s third most powerful economy Japan is one of the largest consumers and importers of energy, and its need for a secure energy supply has always been critical, due to its lack of domestic energy resources.
A cleaner, greener UK is at the heart of the government’s drive to ensure it meets its pledge to reduce carbon emissions by 80% on 1990 levels by 2030.
Since signing the Paris Agreement, India has been one of the most promising countries in its commitment to lowering carbon emissions.
The European Union has vowed to lead global efforts to decarbonize the planet. To do this, it first needs to acknowledge the critical role of nuclear in our energy transition.
Today, almost one in two kilowatts of low-carbon electricity produced in Europe comes from nuclear power, an energy source with greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions comparable to those of renewable energies.
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