Benefits Of Uranium

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Benefits of Uranium

Uranium is a heavy radioactive element that occurs in different isotopes, and is commonly used for making nuclear weapons and nuclear fuels. There are many numerous benefits of nuclear power, which outweigh possible negative effects. Nonetheless, experimentation is on the rise since there are no so set regulations to monitor nuclear energy.

1. Produces nuclear energy

President Obama and his administration are keen to encourage the use of nuclear energy, which has less damaging effects on the environment as compared to other sources of energy like coal and natural gas. Once this has been accomplished, investors will certainly shift their focus towards uranium, the key ingredient that helps to produce nuclear energy.

2. Less pollution

Compared to different energy sources such as coal that have destructive effects, nuclear energy is pollution free. Production of nuclear energy is also free from CO2 emissions, which is the main source of environmental degradation from other energy sources.

3. Combats global warming

With extreme weather conditions resulting from global warming, politicians and scientists are seeking to find the least harmful sources of energy. For that reason, use of nuclear energy has become a priority which in turn increases profits. Therefore, investors should seek partnership with producers of uranium to obtain profitable gains.

4. Great financial potential

While use of nuclear energy is on the upsurge, experimentation is also on the rise as well due to lack of regulations. For this reason, small miners will provide the highest profit, but they are at a greater financials risk. On the other hand, large miners have low risk and great profit potential.

5. It is renewable

Another perk of nuclear energy is the fact that it renewable but this will depend on the reactor being used in production. Currently, more than 442 reactors are operating around the world. With improvement in technology, thermal reactors would be used to capture uranium.

Uranium also has its set of disadvantages. It can pose great risk when left exposed to living organisms. Moreover, nuclear wastes require a lot of resources and space.

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4 Responses

  1. iz

    May 20, 2014 6:47 am

    really good info just uranium isn’t renewable yes there’s HEAPS of it, so its not gonna run out anytime soon but its a nonrenewable resource but otherwise brilliant info

  2. Anon

    February 13, 2015 12:17 pm

    it CAN be renewable, but like he stated, it depends on the reactor. look up info on breeding reactors, those are renewable.

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