The world wants to triple nuclear energy: What will it take?

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EFI Foundation CEO Ernest Moniz and Clean Air Task Force Executive Director Armond Cohen wrote an opinion piece for The Boston Globe about the pledge made at COP28, the United Nations climate change conference, to triple nuclear energy by 2050 to help mitigate climate change. “To succeed,” they said, “nations must rethink how to build, regulate, and finance nuclear technology.” Moniz and Cohen emphasized the need to focus on standardized products over singular projects.

Read the opinion piece.

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