Unless or until there's a breakthrough in fusion reactors, nuclear power seems like a losing proposition, especially compared to wind and solar. Besides the well known accidents at Three Mile Island, Chernobyl and Fukushima (plus other less severe ones in the UK, US, USSR, Japan and France) there is the still largely unsolved problem of waste management. It is much more expensive to build than other competing clean technologies:
The levelized cost of nuclear power is
relatively high compared to other energy sources: the minimum cost per
megawatt hour to build a new nuclear plant is $112, compared to $40 for
utility-scale solar, $41 for combined cycle gas, and $29 for wind.
Nuclear power is only able to remain viable in power markets due to subsidies
Rather than subsidizing nuclear power it makes more sense to spend money on improving and deploying wind and solar (and the associated battery technologies). The cost of renewables has declined far faster than anyone expected 20 years ago, and AFAIK, there's no reason to think that further progress can't be achieved.