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Stéphane Sarrade is the Director of Energy Programmes at the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) and the Research Director of CEA in Chemical Engineering and Green Chemistry.

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Jean-Michel Ruggieri

Small modular reactors are a key technology to decarbonize our economy

Lately, the nuclear sector has seen a trend towards small modular reactors (SMRs), sometimes developed by start-ups. Numerous light water SMR concepts are flourishing around the world, based on a wide range of technologies and outputs. AMRs (Advanced Modular Reactors) are equivalent concepts of 4th generation: fast sodium, molten salt or high-temperature reactors, with a longer deployment time than SMRs.

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To achieve carbon neutrality, we need to fix the system that guarantees the origin of electricity
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Bertrand Charmaison

To achieve carbon neutrality, we need to fix the system that guarantees the origin of electricity

Energy

The European Commission is about to modernise its Renewable Energy Directive. It has to take this opportunity to start the necessary process of revising the system for guaranteeing the origin of electricity, which is currently suffering from shortcomings that prevent it from achieving its objectives.

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Bertrand Charmaison

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Energy · Environmental Sustainability

To achieve carbon neutrality, we need to fix the system that guarantees the origin of electricity


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