February 28, 2020
Who in Africa is Ready for Nuclear Power?
By Jacob Kincer, Jessica Lovering
Demand for electricity across Africa will grow many times over by 2050. Nuclear power is a potential source of clean power to drive industrialization and growing incomes, especially with new smaller, safer, and more flexible designs expected to come to the market over the next decade.
Coffee Break Briefing with Jessica Lovering and Third Way's Jackie Kempfer: "Mapping the Global Market for Advanced Nuclear"
By Jessica Lovering, Jacob Kincer, Todd Moss, Jackie Kempfer
Advanced nuclear has the potential to help meet both future energy demand and climate goals. But is this technology just for rich countries? And which countries are really going to be ready? To help answer these questions, the Hub and our friends at Third Way created the first-ever interactive map of nuclear readiness and projected electricity demand out to 2050 for 148 countries.
Mapping the Global Market for Advanced Nuclear
By Jessica Lovering, Todd Moss, Jacob Kincer, Jackie Kempfer, Josh Freed
The Hub and Third Way collaborated to create a new interactive map that provides a first-of-a-kind ‘nuclear readiness’ assessment and electricity demand projections in 2050 for 148 countries.
Podcast: Jessica Lovering on The Power Hungry Podcast
By Jessica Lovering
Jessica Lovering talks with Power Hungry host Robert Bryce about her work with The Energy For Growth Hub on nuclear power for emerging economies, the challenges facing the nuclear sector, the advantages of small modular reactors, and why they have the potential to be, as she put it, the “iPhone of nuclear reactors.” Listen to their discussion here, or below.