Carlsbad, CA, April 03, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- This month, Energy Digital takes a second look at the uranium market and the importance of nuclear energy. Despite what many may think about nuclear power - in light of Fukushima's nuclear reactor meltdown incident earlier this year - it remains an integral part of the world's power supply. Compared to burning other fossil fuels, it's also the better option.
“It's the only form of power generation in the world that is low cost, large-scale, reliable and emissions-free,” says Uranium Energy Corporation's CEO Admir Adnani in an interview with Energy Digital. “There's just no credible alternative to that.”
Comparing the damage caused from nuclear reactor failures, fossil fuels continue to dump ridiculous amounts of CO2 into the atmosphere on a daily basis. The nuclear industry has taken incredible effort to adjust those safety issues, but the problem now is supplying uranium to keep it running.
As one of the most abundant minerals on Earth, untapped uranium deposits in the US offer a promising solution for greater domestic energy security. Adnani discuses those benefits and the challenges ahead—will 2012 be 'the year for uranium?'
Read more in this month’s issue: http://www.energydigital.com/
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