Another setback for the “nuclear renaissance”: Switzerland voted on Friday to focus on renewables and efficiency, and to ban new nuclear plants.
With its enthusiastic support for fracking, and its relentless attack on renewable energy, the UK government’s energy policy is both morally and economically bankrupt
Study published in Climate Journal casts significant doubts on nuclear energy as the answer to combating climate change.
The Governor of New York State says Americans will be reading by candlelight unless nuclear is subsidised. But how about a look at the data.
The Tory government in the UK has finally woken up to the fact that solar and wind is cheaper than nuclear. It may mean a big shift in its energy strategy, as it focuses on distributed generation rather than mega projects. Shouldn’t Australia be leading on this?
More than 4 decades after construction began, Watts Bar-2 reactor finally connected to the grid and then two days later shut down due to faults.
German and European renewable electricity may have been one reason why France switched off so many nuclear plants one weekend in late May.
Imagine being responsible for the balance sheet of the company driving the nuclear fiasco slowing deployment of green energy in the UK..
Royal Commission says nuclear too expensive and not viable in Australia until 2030s, if at all. But it wants ban lifted, just in case.
Three of Germany’s eight remaining nuclear reactors have been off-line for most of April. So much for 24/7 reliable power.