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Several, if not all, on the panel seem to assume the USA is the global leader with respect to the expansion of nuclear power. If this is the case, I do not agree. For example, the USA has the most Is nuclear power essential to addressing climate change and energy independence?
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Some on the panel seem to assume that the current generating capacity is some type of snapshot that will remain stagnant over the next century. Over this time, current power stations will see the end of their operational lifespans. Many Is nuclear power essential to addressing climate change and energy independence?
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In addition to the use of nuclear power to mitigate emissions linked to climate change, the discussion panel may wish to entertain the potential for nuclear desalination applications worldwide and in the USA as an adaptive response to the effects Is nuclear power essential to addressing climate change and energy independence?
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Thanks for the invitation to comment. Nuclear for energy security only makes for countries with little other energy resources. Japan, South Korea and France are excellent examples. Nuclear for no/low carbon emission makes sense for them and just about everyone Is nuclear power essential to addressing climate change and energy independence?
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