Another reason we should use more nuclear energy is that it is a cheaper source of energy than gasoline, a fuel source that has been troubling our economy for many years nuclear energy’s fuel source is uranium, which comes in pellets one of these pellets cost about $7, which is the equivalent of three barrels of oil, which cost about $84. I believe that no matter how much nuclear energy benefits us, the hazards and risks that come along with use of it are not worth the cost nuclear energy should not be used the first disadvantage i would like to talk about is terrorism.
Nuclear energy is the only truly green energy available france has used it to reduce its carbon footprint by 80% unlike wind and solar that have serious drawbacks and offer only a false.
Another reason that nuclear energy has become much more attractive is that it decreases our dependence on fossil fuels the burning of fossil fuels (oil, gas and coal) emit greenhouse gases, but there is also a limited supply and we are quickly using up our reserves. If price of nuclear fuel and fossil fuels (coal, oil, etc) was to rise, the escalation in the price of energy will be much less in the former case since even a small amount of nuclear fuel produces energy equal to several thousand kgs of coal.
We should not use nuclear power we should not use nuclear power because it is expensive yea it can generate a lot of power and may work but there is a higher chance that it is not gonna work we shouldn't be spending trillions of dollars if something probably isn't gonna work also we haven't found a way to detoxify it.
We should use nuclear energy argument even with all nuclear accidents considered, nuclear power is by far the safest, compared to the number of lives lost on other forms of energy production like coal and gas.
Why we still need nuclear power foreign affairs (nov/dec 2011) ernest moniz, director nuclear energy is generated by splitting uranium, leaving behind dangerous radioactive products, such as cesium and strontium that must be isolated for centuries the process also produces transuranic elements, such as plutonium, which are heavier than. This is a question of overall energy policy, the federal government should have some influence on this, and it is connected to efforts to reduce fossil fuel use.