France’s plan to reduce the share in nuclear from 75 to 50% of power supply is as unlikely as German automotive firms producing clean cars.
A recent survey conducted among the German public finds continuing support for the Energiewende.
The British attitude to the notion that nuclear power is not cheap after all is a bit like a child who first hears that Father Christmas does not, after all, exist.
France to cut share of nuclear power from 75% to 50% by 2025, and double share of renewables. The devil is in the detail.
Obama’s climate ultimatum to states: Control carbon dioxide emissions from electric power plants or the federal government will do it for you.
The claim that Germany will rely on foreign nuclear energy is back again. One wonders why proponents of nuclear power understand the technology and markets so poorly.
South Australia’s wind farms have coped without baseload power before – they can do it again.
Pro-nuclear lobby groups applaud Abbott’s decision to give $4m to climate contrarian Bjorn Lomborg, while claiming renewables cannot meet society’s needs.