EnergySource Oct 12, 2022
Nuclear energy and global energy security in the new tripolar world order
By Robert F. Ichord, Jr.
As the United States, Russia, and China move into a period of overt confrontation, competition in both the current and next-generation nuclear technology spaces will assume even more importance. Climate concerns only add more urgency to the race to deploy.
EnergySource Oct 4, 2022
What to know about fusion
By Ameya Hadap
Key technological advances and rafts of private capital have made usable fusion energy a real possibility in the coming decades. Knowledge of the burgeoning industry will thus be essential for policymakers and the public alike.
Issue Brief Sep 15, 2022
The impact of merging climate and trade policy on global demand for nuclear energy
By George David Banks
Trade tools that increase the price of carbon-intensive imports will likely lead to greater global interest in low-carbon technologies, including nuclear energy. This presents opportunities for investment in nuclear energy in developing, export-oriented countries along with potential risks for developed countries closing down nuclear generation and the international nonproliferation regime.