Arguments focused on strengthening the nuclear energy's role in future energy mix, leading views on key matters and bringing nuclear to the forefront in combating climate change.
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The start of 2020 sees a new American president ready to address the threat of climate change by prioritising low carbon energy, a British Government White Paper backing the construction of a new nuclear plant and a central European EU member state mulling investment in nuclear power. Do these straws in the wind herald a new dawn? Or will they raise hopes which will once again be dashed?
We want to improve the world's understanding of nuclear power and its far reaching applications. The benefits of nuclear go far wider than simply the provision of low carbon electricity to tackle climate change. They extend to a wider set of energy services decarbonising transport, heating and industrial applications while continuing bringing high value solutions in agriculture and medicine.
WORKING ACROSS THE UK AND EUROPEAN NUCLEAR SECTOR
We are an industry supported think-tank, focused on the international development of nuclear energy as a means for governments to safeguard their long term sustainable energy needs. We strongly believe that nuclear is vital to achieving binding Paris Climate Agreement objectives and tackling the challenge of climate change.
NNWI aims to become the centre of world-class research into all aspects of nuclear power, from consideration of the technical matters of individual reactors through to the geo-political climate for nuclear energy.
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Tim Yeo, Chariman of the NNWI regularly comments on the issues of the day and writes on the long-term landscape for nuclear energy across Europe.
"We need to ensure that consumers and policymakers understand the importance of nuclear power within the overall energy mix and my aim is to ensure that NNWI contributes strongly to this debate."