The paper calls for financing frameworks that facilitate access to capital for new and existing nuclear plants. It says a licensing process should be in place that enables safe operations and does not cause unnecessary cost increases or delay.
According to GE nuclear power is the largest source of carbon-free electricity generation and should continue to be a pillar in the energy transition to a carbon-free future and in helping countries achieve energy security.
GE has built more than 65 reactors in 10 countries. Its steam turbine technology operates in 50% of the world’s nuclear plants.