Nuclear energy offers a number of economic and environmental benefits. For starters, nuclear energy is by far the most concentrated energy type. A significant amount of nuclear energy can be produced from a small mass of fuel. Not only does this provide substantial energy, but it reduces fuel and production costs. In addition to being efficient, nuclear power plants do not emit carbon dioxide or smoke during the production process.
Nuclear energy offers a number of environmental advantages. It has a far more subtle impact on the environment when compared to other energy sources because it doesn't release harmful gases, such as methane and carbon dioxide. Safe production and handling of nuclear energy does not pose significant threats on land, water or any other environmental habitats.
The other primary advantage of nuclear energy is found in its efficiency and power. Nuclear power plants produce more kilowatts than solar, wind or coal plants for fewer dollars. In addition to cheaper production, the construction of nuclear power plants creates thousands of jobs per year.
The cost of producing nuclear energy is relatively marginal. The cost of uranium, which is the primary nuclear fuel source needed for substantial production is quite low. In addition to the diminished cost, nuclear energy is more reliable than other fuel sources because it isn't dependent on weather or other outside factors.