Germany's views on the nuclear renaissance may have flipped, but nations like China, France, Argentina, Bangladesh and even oil-rich Saudi Arabia are staying the course.
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Reuters reported that the German government has given the green light to its utilities’ plans to sell their Urenco stakes, paving the way for the much awaited sale of the second largest maker of nuclear fuel in the world.
Bloomberg reported stockpiles in Japan and Germany keep prices low and cause mining companies to defer new development as uranium struggles to make a comeback.
Business Insider reported an interview with David Talbot, who says uranium and nuclear power will see growth in the future.
The cost of moving away from nuclear power has already been observed in Germany's industrial sector, but now it is starting to take a toll on low-income consumers.
As nuclear policies in Poland and other Eastern European countries appear to collide with those of some Western European states, the future of industrial progress and economic growth appears to be rising in the east and setting in the west.
Mining Weekly reported new beneficiation technology will allow miners to recover uranium more economically.
The Times of India reported Germany has restarted several nuclear reactors in the midst of winter's icy grip freezing Europe.
Despite positive results of an operational review by France’s nuclear safety regulator, the Autorité De Sûreté Nucléaire, the nuclear future of the country has become a hot topic in the race to presidential elections in May.
Increased political support against nuclear power has gathered some momentum in Switzerland, just as Germany may be discovering that increased financial and social costs for replacing nuclear power with a source of secure base load electricity plants might be less palatable.