Every year, there are countless numbers of debates on what should be done about the modern energy crisis. There is also an extra emphasis on what form of energy production is the most efficient, cheapest, and especially what is best for the environment. In the background, a form of energy, containing all of the above and which is also safer, is slowly becoming more apparent. This is known as nuclear energy.
As the realities of climate change make themselves more and more apparent, so too, does the awareness and the concern of the general public. Unfortunately, despite efforts from the scientific community, and concerned organizations, there are many people who remain skeptical of our true impact on this planet. For those skeptics, renewable energy may appear to them as unnecessary. And more so, a fundamental conversion to renewable energy poses a great
American society is vernacularly known for its high consumption and large scale living style. This trend of flamboyant living requires high amounts of energy to support it. According to the US energy information administration, the federal agency tasked with collecting data of energy consumption states that “primary energy consumption in the United States reached a record high of 101.3 quadrillion British thermal units (Btu) in 2018, up 4% from 2017 and