With a massive, nationwide effort the United States could reach net-zero emissions of greenhouse gases by 2050 using existing technology and at costs aligned with historical spending on energy, according
Nuclear energy is an important part of the global clean energy supply, providing nearly one-third of the world’s non-emitting electricity and complementing and enabling other clean energy sources, including renewables.
The shift towards net-zero greenhouse gas emission pathways is accelerating, and the group of actors pledging net-zero targets is substantial: 823 cities and 101 regions have net-zero targets. These local governments represent
LucidCatalyst has produced a quantitative and sobering analysis of what it would take to fully decarbonize “difficult-to-decarbonize” areas of industry such as aviation, shipping, cement production and industrial activities that
America has lost its competitive global position as the world leader in nuclear energy to state-owned enterprises, notably Russia and China, with other competitor nations also aggressively moving to surpass