Canadian government recognises nuclear as clean energy

The federal government's inclusion of small modular reactors amongst clean energy technologies eligible for a new investment tax credit has been greeted as a clear signal that it considers nuclear power to be "clean energy" on a par with all other low-carbon technologies.

Canadian government recognises nuclear as clean energy

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