In the last fifty years, interest towards nuclear energy fluctuated significantly. In
the US, nuclear plants were first constructed in the 60s and the first half of the 70s,
whereas the construction of new nuclear power plants stopped almost completely
in the 80s. More generally, a significant number of developed countries have
stopped investing in new nuclear power plants since three decades. Almost all of
the nuclear power plants constructed in the last decade are located in Japan, South
Korea, China and India.

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