Nuclear claims its rightful place as a low-carbon generation source - delivering business benefits to projects and operators

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PwC's Fiona Reilly argues that the growing acceptance of nuclear as a low carbon energy source promises to unleash a wave of new post-Paris Summit investment

In January 2016, the State of New York Public Service Commission ruled that the state's Clean Energy Standard (CES) portfolio must include nuclear power plants among its non-carbon-emitting generation...

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