Nuclear Security

Here's how nuclear energy production has changed since 1965

Many nuclear energy programmes around the world are due for shut down, but this could be subject to change, current data suggests. Image: Unsplash/Lukáš Lehotský

Katharina Buchholz

Data Journalist, Statista

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Germany recently extended the ability to use its remaining three reactors until April 2023. Image: Statista.
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