I am not against nuclear really. Solar, Wind power and other forms of so called renewable energy is fine as sources of intermediate power. Naturally, these sources are variable and intermittent. Also Solar has a cost associated with it and many other countries the Governments subsidise the user so that it becomes affordable.
A generation system needs base-load (24 hr) reliable power. Sometimes a GT (gas turbine) can provide a small amount of peak-load power.
There are modern compact and containerised nuclear plants that can be installed in just 3 - 4 years, start to finish. These are expensive to build, but cheap to run. Of course the safety standards have to be met and adhered to.
Today, there are more than 450 nuclear reactors operational in the world and another 50 under construction - mainly China, India, Russia and also in the UAE.
I am not sure what the Russians offer but I don't think it's their RBMKs. I think they stopped production of these now. Current ones are the VVER series.
I saw a few posters here had fears of computer security issues. Cyber security in process systems changed a lot since Stuxnet. Also a few other bugs were there as well, like Havex, Dragonfly & Black Energy that affected SCADA and other PLC systems. Also there are microchips that can be embedded so that they go active at a preset date and distribute viruses - so modern day Nuclear plants do have strict Cyber security guidelines for the hardware used in their systems. Nothing is infallible but at least the modern systems do address the security concerns to a larger extent than before.