A fire-sale is underway as the punch-drunk nuclear power industry tries to stop the rot.
As expected, France was heavily dependent on power imports during the first cold spell of this winter, even with most of its nuclear reactors back online. And it is paying twice as much for peak power as Germany.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo promises declining carbon emissions even as the state closes the Indian Point nuclear power plant.
Vietnam parliament votes to scrap plans to build 4GW of nuclear power, citing declining electricity demand and a doubling in the cost of the two plants to $US18 billion.
French consumers and industrial groups warned to expect rolling blackouts and soaring power prices as one-third of nuclear fleet closed due to safety issues.
The bias of the South Australian Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission is finally being exposed in mainstream media.