Decarbonizing the power sector is a key focus for advanced and developing nations alike. As a critical part of zero-carbon clean energy, nuclear ensures access to clean, reliable and affordable energy to all who can connect to the grid. To combat climate change and atmospheric pollution, nuclear plays a key role in decarbonizing the power sector. But it’s not the only option.
A significant component of power generation decarbonization will ultimately fall to renewable sources such as wind, solar, and hydro generation. These technologies are individually well on their way towards assuming a significant share of the overall generation, with significant increases forecast. GSE understands the big picture and how to safely and efficiently integrate renewables with existing and planned nuclear generation. We are on the cutting edge, working closely with academia and industry-support organizations to design, model, and evaluate innovative approaches to integration. Base load production and renewable availability are at the core of the solutions we are pioneering.