Nrberto Nunes Gomes
Hello Everyone!! ✌ First, I want to thank the followers and copiers for the trust, our little community is growing fast in my opinion. Second, I want to talk About an important sector for the medium long term... I believe many here are like me trying to find the next winner what is hard because we must expend a lot of hours studying what could or couldn't work in the future by checking what already worked in the past and how it works and how it started. or as many here as well, like to take the easy way and just invest in what’s already popular and overvalued. A great sector that's worth a lot to give a look at, that not many people talk here because it isn’t very popular, is the NUCLEAR sector. So, if you reeded it until here its because we share some common thoughts, and you probably will like the rest. Why Nuclear in the medium and long term? Nuclear is a zero-emission clean energy source. It generates power through fission, which is the process of splitting uranium atoms to produce energy. The heat released by fission is used to create steam that spins a turbine to generate electricity without the harmful byproducts emitted by fossil fuels. According to the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI), the United States avoided more than 471 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions in 2020. That’s the equivalent of removing 100 million cars from the road and more than all other clean energy sources combined. It also keeps the air clean by removing thousands of tons of harmful air pollutants each year that contribute to acid rain, smog, lung cancer and cardiovascular disease. Despite producing massive amounts of carbon-free power, nuclear energy produces more electricity on less land than any other clean-air source. A typical 1,000-megawatt nuclear facility in the United States needs a little more than 1 square mile to operate. NEI says wind farms require 360 times more land area to produce the same amount of electricity and solar photovoltaic plants require 75 times more space. In its 2020 edition of Energy, Electricity and Nuclear Power Estimates for the Period up to 2050, the International Atomic Energy Agency's (IAEA's) high case projection has global nuclear generating capacity increasing from 392 GWe in 2019 to 475 GWe by 2030, 622 by 2040 and 715 by 2050. The growth in 2021 pushes output from nuclear to 8% above 2019 levels, with emerging market and developing economies increasing their share of global nuclear output to almost one-third, up from 29% in 2019. Yow have some charts in the comments. $URA $BWXT (BWX Technologies Inc.) $GEVO (Gevo Inc) $SPX500 $NSDQ100
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