How to Profit from the Rapidly Emerging Market for Nuclear Batteries
Mini nuclear reactors have been in service for decades in the military, especially on naval vessels. And now their commercial application is officially here.
Several smart companies are introducing these "nuclear batteries" to the energy market. They're designed to deliver power to smaller communities in an inexpensive and manageable way. And they work.
This first company, for example, just sold its brand-new mini reactor to a tiny settlement 550 miles northwest of Anchorage. The unit will cut the town's electricity prices from 28 cents a kilowatt-hour to less than 10 cents. That's great news for the people who live there. And it's great news for investors.
You see, the "mini energy" revolution comes with giant profit potential...
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