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Europe and nuclear: episode 5 – Sweden

In this episode we discuss the nuclear energy in Sweden.

The “other” nuclears: the molten salt reactor

On the potential of the molten salt reactor.

In 2019*, from the beginning of the year up to this day in that year, all world nuclear power plants generated enough energy to supply low-carbon electricity (12 gCO2eq/kWh) to


French households during 1 year

(equivalent of 0 MWh)
If this electricity had been produced from , it would have caused the emission of greenhouse gases equivalent to those of


additional vehicles
in circulation

(equivalent of 0 tonnes of CO 2 eq)
Furthermore, this same electricity produced from would have been responsible for


premature deaths

(0.deaths/TWh, while the human toll of nuclear power and of modern renewable energy sources is below 0.1)
Sources: IPCC, IAEA, Our world in Data, EDF, INSEE

*: IAEA 2019 free access data

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