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Investing in the Future of Safe Nuclear Power

Jeff Siegel

Written By Jeff Siegel

Posted May 11, 2023

I said it before, and I’ll say it again…

Nuclear power is completely safe.

People, however, are not.

And therein lies the rub.

Take for instance, the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine

It is the largest nuclear power station in Europe, and in February 2022, Russian forces seized it.

This week, however, we learned officials have begun evacuating people from the region. 

According to Rafael Grossi, the director of the International Atomic Energy Agency, the situation in the area near Zaporizhzhia is becoming increasingly unpredictable and potentially dangerous. 

Here’s what Zaporizhzhia looks like now after a missile attack on May 5.


With images like this, it’s easy to see why so many folks still oppose the further development of nuclear power.

Of course, the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station uses “old technology,” and this truism should not be ignored. 

It started operations in 1985, when safer and more efficient nuclear power technologies just didn’t exist. And what anti-nuclear folks seem to ignore is that every new major nuclear power project under development no longer uses the same technology that makes the Zaporizhzhia plant so unsafe.

In fact, the latest in nuclear power technology allows for a new type of reactor that cannot fail even under conditions like the ones we’re seeing in Ukraine now.

Thanks to a new type of nuclear fuel known as “Tri-Fuel 238,” the future of nuclear power will prove to be the safest form of baseload power the world has ever known.

And what makes it particularly exciting is that unlike the traditional nuclear power plants we’ve used for decades, these new plants using "Tri-Fuel 238" are actually cheaper than coal and natural gas. And that, dear reader, is what makes this an absolute game-changer.

"Tri-Fuel 238" is the most disruptive technology the global energy industry has witnessed since we switched from wood to coal in the mid-1800s.

And make no mistake the profit potential here is massive. 

Truth is, "Tri-Fuel 238" makes everything we’ve used up to this point look foolish.

It’s 40,835 times more powerful than natural gas…

And 67,389 times more potent than gasoline.

It’s also completely emission-free, and, because it’s so cheap to produce, it undercuts every other form of energy on the planet.

Wind, solar, conventional nuclear power, oil, gas, coal, you name it "Tri-Fuel 238" beats everything else we’ve ever used when it comes to cost, efficiency, power density, and even environmental sustainability.

"Tri-Fuel 238" has NO downside.

That's why our research team at Energy and Capital has put together this short presentation on what "Tri-Fuel 238" is, how it works, and, of course, how to profit from it.

While I don’t know what’s going to happen to that nuclear power facility in Ukraine — and I pray it doesn’t melt down or become damaged beyond repair from a missile attack — I do know the future of nuclear power is "Tri-Fuel 238." And if you don’t believe me, just look at the evidence for yourself.

To a new way of life and a new generation of wealth…

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