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Russia and China Are Expanding Nuclear Energy Exports. Can the U.S. Keep Up?

Robbie Hayunga of the Nuclear Energy Institute explains how the United States must expand its nuclear exports in order to provide carbon free power to the rest of the world and regain leadership from Russia and China.

The C3 Take
  • Russia is now the number one leader in global nuclear energy exports, with China as a close number two.
  • The United States has recently made steps to improve export financing for nuclear energy, but more steps need to be taken to increase our presence in the global marketplace.

“Nuclear energy will play a major role in the transition to a carbon-free world. The U.S. industry must be able to compete quickly, in order to ensure our national security and regain leadership from Russia and China.”

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