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  Nuclear Can be Puerto Rico’s Green Energy Solution

Green energy is the future of Puerto Rico’s power supply. We have seen firsthand how serious climate change is. As the world takes steps to creating a greener tomorrow, Puerto Rico needs to be at the front of the charge.


Nuclear power offers the clean energy Puerto Rico needs to stave off the worst of climate change. Nuclear power has come a long way since the 1980s. Today’s nuclear reactors are a fraction of the size, are far safer, and are much cleaner than our current energy production. They are also capable of producing the energy that Puerto Rico needs.


Our commitment to green energy also needs to meet our energy requirements. In today’s technologically advanced world, we consume more electricity from the grid than ever before. Any green power source needs to be able to keep up with this demanding requirement.


Nuclear energy has the power to meet those energy needs and slash our carbon footprint.


Nuclear can even integrate with renewable sources. Our current power sources can’t be readily integrated with renewable sources. As other renewable power supplies ramp up reproduction, nuclear energy can be modulated to meet those changing conditions.


Modern nuclear reactors are smaller and modular in design. They are built to be adaptable sources for power on a smaller scale than the gigantic power houses that they used to be.


This change has given nuclear power a greener future and the ability to be incorporated into renewable power supplies as Puerto Rico continues to evolve.


Our non-profit organization is dedicated to researching the clean energy Puerto Rico has been searching for. Get in touch with us today to learn more about our research into greener nuclear energy and how Puerto Rico can benefit from this change.

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