Uranium Hunter Sees Uranium As Fuel Of Growth
U.S. Energy Information Administration Indicates that the Demand for Electricity–Which Uranium Helps Generate–Represents the Largest Growth of Any Energy Sector
LAS VEGAS, Nev., April 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Uranium Hunter Corporation (OTC Pink: URHN), a uranium and gold mining company that targets historically proven and highly prospective properties in Africa and South America which can quickly come to production, has targeted as its fuel of growth for the company and its shareholders the uranium and gold industries. Uranium is a growth opportunity due to the low cost of production of electricity and the increased demand that electricity is experiencing from the developing areas of the world.
The following information provides the breakdown of costs to produce electricity using all the means that are available.
The following information displays the costs of various sources of electric power in U.S. cents per kilowatt hour (KwH). Nuclear power is the cheapest source of electricity.
- Coal Steam – $0.036 – EIA
- Nuclear – $0.024 – EIA
- Hydroelectric – $0.092 – EIA
- Gas Turbine – $0.049 – EIA
- Wind, Onshore – $0.04 to $0.15 – NREL
- Wind, Offshore – $0.07 to $0.20 – NREL
- Solar, Photovoltaic – $0.15 to $0.59 – NREL
- Solar, Concentrating – $0.06 to $0.30 – NREL
- Geothermal – $0.04 to $0.13 – NREL
Data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) and U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
The EIA and oil major BP both put out highly regarded annual energy forecasts. According to both analyses, electricity demand represents the largest growth of any energy sector. World electricity demand is projected to grow between 2.2% and 2.6% per year through 2030, according to the two major forecasts. As one would expect, the main sources of growth are the immense and modernizing economies of China (38%) and India (13%).
Gregory Ellis, Uranium Hunter’s President, said, “Because nuclear power is the cheapest and one of the cleanest and most dependable sources of electricity, the demand for more nuclear power plants and thus the demand for more uranium will only increase in the coming years and decades. It is our intention to become a source of supply for these future demands.”
About Uranium Hunter Corporation
Through its wholly-owned subsidiary Cuyuni Mining, Uranium Hunter’s mission is to build a fully-integrated uranium gold, precious metals and gemstone production company that incorporates exploration, development, acquisition, mining, ore processing and sales. The Company targets historically proven and highly prospective properties in South America and Africa which can come to production quickly. For more information visit the company’s site at www.URHNcorporation.com
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