The Horinko Group takes a comprehensive look at the value of the nuclear energy industry from an environmental standpoint to determine contributions of U.S. nuclear plants. Nuclear energy plants in the United States collectively prevent more than 531 million tons of CO2 per year – worth $85 billion by 2020, based on the federal government’s guidelines for the social cost of carbon.
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Nuclear Energy in the U.S.
The role of nuclear energy plants in producing electricity, supporting jobs and lowering emissions in the United States.