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World's operating nuclear fleet at 30 year low as new plants stall: report
by Susanna Twidale
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24 September 2020
On 24 September 2020 Reuters reported:
The number of nuclear reactor units operating globally is at a 30 year low, while new plants struggle for investment, an industry report said on Thursday [24 September].
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New projects were struggling to secure finance amid competition from renewables with reported investment decisions for the construction of new nuclear plants at around $31 billion in 2019, around 1 tenth that of wind and solar, the report said.
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