Duke's straight comments on nuclear energy's future help swing pendulum

As the transition from fossil fuels continues, more and more countries are realizing nuclear energy has its place in the renewables mix

. . . . If we are to reach decarbonization goals, nuclear energy is here to stay, says Duke Energy’s (DUK) CEO Lynn Good. Like it or not, the non-carbon emitting fuel source can run 24/7, as opposed to more variable renewables like wind and solar, giving it an important role in a renewables-only p…

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