“Studies have shown that nuclear energy is one of the safest forms of energy. For example, a study that looked at deaths from energy production in European found that nuclear energy ‘results in more than 442 times fewer deaths than the dirtiest forms of coal; 330 times fewer than coal; 250 times less than oil; and 38 times fewer than gas.’ This data also shows nuclear being marginally safer than wind and solar.”
“By one estimate based on a U.S. Energy Department model, the Paris Climate Accord could have cost the average family of four over $20,000 in lost income, raised household energy prices by as much as 20 percent, and cost the economy $2.5 trillion by 2035.”
“Nuclear energy has always been a very clean form of energy and extremely effective,” he said. “Realistically, it will be pivotal to deep space exploration, and more importantly, to humanity becoming a multi-planetary species. This new dawn of space exploration will see a resurgence in the nuclear industry until the next form of efficient, clean energy is discovered.”
"Party leaders should continue efforts to support clean energy industries and implement policies that continue investing in tomorrow’s technologies today. The jobs and economic data don’t lie — the clean energy sector has been an economic engine that has allowed our nation to depend less on foreign oil, while also mitigating the impact of climate change in our communities.”
"China has mastered the technology to design and construct gigawatt-class nuclear power plants with pressurized water reactors, it adds. Breakthroughs have also been made in ‘multiple frontier technologies including those associated with fast reactors and advanced small modular reactors.’"