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Nuclear Power plants are used to create lots of energy in a short period of time in order to cater to to the needs of citizens.
As of November 2016 more than thirty countries worldwide are operating 444 nuclear reactors for electricity generation. Since then sixty six new nuclear plants have been under construction.
In 2014, thirteen countries relied on nuclear energy to supply at least one-quarter of their total electricity. Today 439 nuclear power reactors produce approximately 16% of the world's electricity.
While Nuclear pollution can't really be seen, it can still impact the economy and environment negatively.
Every nuclear plant under construction in the United States is well behind schedule and at least $1 billion over budget. Nuclear Power plants are also very expensive to manage.
Earth's ozone layer is slowly being eroded away by the Nuclear Pollution. The Ozone layer protects us from the Sun's harmful UV rays.
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