Carlo Rubbia: the lack of major changes and developments in the present nuclear power is one of Its major handicaps

The main problem with nuclear power today is the recycling of nuclear waste. To solve this problem, it is necessary to encourage the use of thorium instead of uranium. An even bigger challenge for the industry is the lack of new developments that would allow nuclear power to move forward, said Carlo Rubbia, the Global Energy Prize laureate and Nobel Prize winner in physics, in an interview with the Global Energy Association.

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Companies and investors join regulators in calling for carbon-free energy

Companies and the investors behind them have joined European regulators and politicians in calling for carbon-free energy, Lord Barker, the Executive Director of Russia’s EN+ group, told a British-Russian Investment forum, which was held online by the Russo-British Chamber of Commerce (RBCC) with the support of the CCI of Russia. The session at the forum,dubbed “RussiaTALK”, was chaired by Sergey Brilev, President of the Global Energy Association.

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