This is a really well done infographic. I just want to look into how Thorium is sourced, handled, preserved and at what potential cost. Diagram of Thorium, an alternative fissionable element suitable for nuclear energy production.
Nuclear power is a clean energy source that will be used well into the future to help meet the worlds growing energy requirements. In this infographic, Visual Capitalist highlights uraniums history, properties and fundamentals moving forward.
This info-graphic titled 'Things to Know about Nuclear Energy' is created with the central theme of telling customers about nuclear energy. http://www.utility-contact-numbers.co.uk/learn-facts-advantages-energy-edf-energy-infographic/
The problem with Nuclear Power
Stand The Wall: Nuclear Plant Shutdown/Leaking in Missouri
A nuclear meltdown is an informal term for a severe nuclear reactor accident that results in core damage from overheating. The term is not officially defined by the International Atomic Energy Agency or by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Energy Anchor Chart - by Kirsty Moodie-- fantastic representation
Advancing Small Modular Reactors: How We're Supporting Next-Gen Nuclear Energy Technology
The fact remains that nuclear energy power plants are dangerous. Despite the fact, emerging economic powers such as India and Pakistan are expressing continued interest in building more nuclear energy facilities.
In order to turn nuclear fission into electrical energy, nuclear power plant operators have to control the energy given off by the enriched uranium and allow it to heat water into steam. Enriched uranium typically is formed into inch-long