Technology: Nuclear Industry Touts Compatibility With Transition

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When delegates from across the world convened last week in Paris for the World Nuclear Exhibition (WNE), one message was repeated over and over: As the global energy transition picks up, nuclear power must adapt. In part this is simply to introduce new revenue streams as power markets grow ever more competitive and volatile. But industry figures also argue that nuclear must demonstrate its compatibility with broader energy transition shifts.

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