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Japan returns to nuclear power


For a long time, nuclear power was unpopular in Japan, but times have changed.

Energy has also become expensive in Japan and so the country is returning to nuclear power. The Japanese prime minister recently announced that concrete steps are being taken to restart the reactors. Fukushima (2011) had evoked protests, but now things are different. Of Japan\-s 54 reactors, 16 are in the licensing process. The goal is to return to 22 percent of total energy supply from nuclear power by 2030. After the Fukushima disaster, this marks a turning point in Japan. After all, in recent years, about 90 percent of energy came from abroad, in the form of oil, gas and coal. After Russia\-s attack on Ukraine, Japan also stopped various energy exports from Russia.  

Not only in Japan has nuclear energy become attractive again, as can be seen from the number of reactors under construction or in the planning stage. A new uranium super cycle has begun, and experts foresee massive supply deficits and rising uranium prices. Unlike Germany, governments around the world are betting on uranium. This is because it is economical and environmentally compatible energy. Many projects have yet to reach the production stage, with major challenges in terms of politics, licensing and financing. Also, high inflation is impacting the cost side of projects. To bet on uranium, an investment in uranium companies such as Labrador Uranium or Uranium Energy is an option.

Uranium Energy – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cygvde0ucEA – owns the largest ISR uranium portfolio in the U.S., is debt free and extremely liquid.

Labrador Uranium – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5hRQCfVWnU – has three uranium projects in Canada in prospective areas in its portfolio. An exploration program is planned for this year on all three projects.

Current corporate information and press releases from Uranium Energy (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/uranium-energy-corp/ -) and Labrador Uranium (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/labrador-uranium-inc/ -).

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