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World Hydrogen Leader Charley Rattan Associates

UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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Over the past three years, Japanese companies have quit every overseas new nuclear construction bid they were involved in. All new domestic atomic power projects froze in 2011. Several of the top players left the field entirely. Last year, Kawasaki Heavy Industries said it plans to sell its nuclear business, while IHI and Toshiba dissolved a nuclear venture. Talk of forming a domestic nuclear champion has stalled.  Feel free to join me and key stakeholder at the Hydrogen for Japan Professionals Group 


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Bob Meinetz on Oct 13, 2021

Charley, natural gas interests seem to be terrified by the resurgence of interest in nuclear energy. Though understandable, all the propaganda in the world won't stop it  (here, from marketing group "Japan NRG"). Investors - those with money to spend - see the writing on the wall: fossil-fuel gas and its fake "hydrogen" byproduct will soon be confined to the dustbin of history, and not a moment too soon.

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