Can Nuclear Powered Ships Clean Up Shipping?



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Exploring Can Nuclear Powered Ships Clean Up Shipping? Offset your carbon footprint on Wren: https://www.wren.co/start/undecided The first 100 people who sign up will have 10 extra trees planted in their name! Alternative fuels like methanol, ammonia and hydrogen are being explored to help reduce carbon emissions from the shipping industry, as well as renewable energy, but is it enough? At the United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP26, nuclear power for ships was proposed. The U.S., China, and South Korea are developing thorium molten salt reactors, as well as small modular reactors for ships, submarines, and offshore power plants, could nuclear energy be the answer? How does nuclear compare to diesel for transportation? Let’s explore nuclear power for shipping and when, or if, it can be the future of transportation & cargo shipping.

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