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Newbuild: Southeast Asia Rethinks Nuclear Energy

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Southeast Asian countries are once again looking more seriously at nuclear energy as a potential answer to high fossil fuel prices and the need to decarbonize power generation, with emerging technologies such as small modular reactors (SMRs) attracting particular attention.

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Nuclear Policy, Nuclear Newbuilds
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