publication . Article . 2020

Is nuclear energy a better alternative for mitigating CO2 emissions in BRICS countries? An empirical analysis

Syed Tauseef Hassan; null Danish; null Salah-Ud-Din khan; Muhammad Awais Baloch; Zahid Hassan Tarar;
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  • Published: 19 May 2020 Journal: Nuclear Engineering and Technology, volume 52, issue 12, pages 2,969-2,974 (issn: 1738-5733, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Elsevier
Abstract Looking at the recent studies, nuclear energy and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions nexus shows inconclusive result. To further explain nuclear energy-pollution nexuses this study is an attempt to analyze the impact of nuclear energy on pollution reduction for BRICS countries covering data for the period from 1993 to 2017. This study conducts advanced panel techniques such as Continuously-Updated Fully-Modified (CUP-FM) and Continuously-Updated Bias-Corrected (CUP-BC) for long run estimation. Our results support the notion that nuclear energy reduce CO2 emissions. Also, renewable energy corrects environmental pollution in BRICS countries. The magnitude of ...
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free text keywords: Nuclear energy, CO2 emission, BRICS, LM-Bootstrap integration, CUP-FM & CUP-BC, Nuclear Energy and Engineering, lcsh:Nuclear engineering. Atomic power, lcsh:TK9001-9401, Economics, Renewable energy, business.industry, business, Pollution, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Nexus (standard), Developing country, Environmental pollution, Natural resource economics
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