Nuclear Energy Pro and Cons

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Table of content P 1………………………………………… Introduction P 1-2…………………………………….. What is the nuclear energy? P 2-3-4………………………………….. Avantages and disadvantages P 4-5……………………………………..Nuclear energy in the US P 5……………………………………….Conclusion P6………………………………………..Citations The nuclear energy While demand for energy continues to rise due the continuous need of energy in developing and developed countries and the fast decrease of natural non renewable sources of energy such as oil and gas, many countries face serious challenges regarding the security of their energy supply. As Juan Pablo Perez Alfonzo said “the oil is the evil’s excrement” therefore we can legitimately wonder what is the nuclear energy. For…show more content…
One of the biggest disadvantages about the nuclear energy is that it claimed to be able to to reduce the dependability on other natural energy such as oil, gas and coal. This idea is wrong, nuclear energy relies on Uranium and most of the countries in this world don’t have it just like they don’t have gas or oil. Most of the people think that the nuclear energy can be seen has a great solution to protect the country from any external energy threat since this same country can produce its own electricity and sometimes can even sell it to others countries. Behind this biased idea, people don’t realize that nuclear energy can not be store therefore; it has to be sold right away. France sells its over produced electricity for nothing, a way under the market price. In my opinion the nuclear energy has a positive economic impact on the society since this field requires a lot of labor, capital and work force to be properly managed. Never the less, Government should heavily invest on the renewable energy and many can be done to improve the human’s conditions and can create a lot of job as well. Another main inconvenient about the nuclear energy is its waste which remains dangerous for thousands of years. Despite this funny quote made by

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