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Humanity already has the technology to implement a global energy revolution.
We can now usher in a post-scarcity era while solving the energy problems that threaten life on Earth.

From the Office of Nuclear Energy

The energy landscape in the United States is changing. 

Nearly 1 in 3 American coal plants are projected to retire over the coming decade, and studies show that many of those retiring plants could be converted to nuclear energy. 

That leaves many communities to wonder — would nuclear be a good neighbor? 

After all, what makes a good neighbor?  

Is it someone who’s reliable? Clean? Engaged in the community? Not too loud? 

Would you believe that you can find all of those qualities in a nuclear power plant? 

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