The U.S. and Canada rely on a different makeup of sources to generate their electricity. How does each state and province make theirs?
How a tiny pellet could end up powering the world.
Canada's Athabasca Basin has the highest-grade uranium deposits in the world, with grades that are 10 to 100 times greater than the global average.
America has 92 reactors in operation, providing about 20% of the country's electricity.
As the only fuel source of low-carbon, scalable, reliable, and affordable electricity, nuclear will play a prominent role in the clean energy transition.
The current energy transition is unprecedented in both scale and speed.
Nuclear power accounted for 10% of global electricity generated in 2020. Here's a look at the largest nuclear power producers.
Uranium pellets are the energy dense fuel that power nuclear energy, but how do they compare to fossil fuels?
This infographic takes a look at what China's energy transition plans are to make its energy mix carbon neutral by 2060.
The empirical data on which energy source has led to the fewest human deaths may not be the one you expect.