Video Period 25 minutes 20 seconds
Europeans are dealing with substantial will increase in vitality payments pushed by Russia curbing gasoline provides to the continent.
Pure gasoline costs proceed to rise in Europe and are actually about 10 occasions dearer than a 12 months in the past.
That has prompted a number of main economies, together with France and the UK, to prioritise an growth of their nuclear vitality programmes.
However is it the correct resolution? And what are the dangers?
Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra
Jonathan Cobb, senior analyst at World Nuclear Affiliation
Shaun Burnie, senior nuclear specialist at Greenpeace East Asia
Phil Chaffee, deputy editor of Nuclear Intelligence Weekly and bureau chief for Power Intelligence’s London workplace