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IEA: Nuclear power set for potential comeback

As the world looks for ways to address the ongoing energy crisis, nuclear power has the potential to play a significant role, notes the International Energy Agency in a just-released report.

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At a time when there is a need for increasing the pace in order to reach emission reduction targets worldwide in the midst of an ongoing global energy crisis, it might be necessary to employ the full arsenal to move forward.

For this very reason, the International Energy Agency (IEA) argues that nuclear power, which has been a vilified source of energy, could play a huge role towards reaching a net-zero society. The IEA presents this conclusion in a newly released report.

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