@Saagar - I want to echo a few of my fellow posters and ask: Why no mention of Thorium? It's far more abundant than uranium or plutonium, and the radioactive elements of the waste have a much faster decay life. Some LFTR designs I've seen are simpler and can't meltdown. Also, have you been following any grid level storage technologies? Liquid metal salt batteries seem particularly promising for capturing the maximum output of intermittent renewables like wind and solar, so that energy could be available when the sun isn't shining and the wind isn't blowing. Take a look at Ambri batteries, and Dr. Donald Sadoway. A mix of these technologies would solve all our energy problems for the foreseeable future. You've got a great platform and powerful voice for spreading this type of information. Please use it!