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EPR, AMR, SMR...? A Delve into Nuclear

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EPR, AMR, SMR...? A Delve into Nuclear

If there's a subject that's bound to either delight or dismay people - often with little in between - it's nuclear power. Still, we never shy away from any topic - and are always open to learning something new. So this week we invited along Brian Matthews, a guest with in-depth knowledge of the subject. Brian helpfully answered a whole variety of questions and thus enabled us to bring you a highly informative podcast covering technologies, financial challenges, geopolitics and a whole lot in-between. Enjoy!



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