Major new report warns coal, gas, nuclear and hydro plants are being “severely” over-valued, and are more expensive to run than previously acknowledged.
Two recent reports have concluded that Small Modular Reactors carry enormous risks and will probably never be as cheap as their advocates claim.
Ten years on from Fukushima, the problem with new nuclear remains economic: it costs too much to build.
Murdoch papers and Murdoch’s Sky News have ramped up their campaign to have nuclear laws repealed, and far-right Coalition MPs and former MPs are along for the ride.
Nationals senators set to derail Morrison government legislation with a plan to open up Australia’s green bank to nuclear power investments.
Researchers from Western Australia develop database of electron-molecule reactions seen as major step forward in making fusion power a reality.
Victoria to maintain a ban on nuclear power, after parliamentary inquiry finds no justification for repealing a prohibition. Liberals object.
New research warns nuclear and renewables should not be combined in any policy programs for effective energy system decarbonisation.
Michael Shellenberger has been downplaying climate risks since 2010 if not earlier – his luke-warmism is reheated.
Barnaby Joyce has a new anecdote about renewables, as the conservative campaign agains wind and solar and in favour of nuclear enters a new phase.