Half a century ago, nuclear power was on track to out-compete fossil fuels around the globe, which would have dramatically reduced the price of electricity and greenhouse gas emissions.
What happened? Anti-nuclear activism and regulation. Australia is a leading exporter of Uranium, yet despite being a perfect candidate for nuclear power has never built a nuclear power plant.
Power prices are soaring in Australia due to a lack of agreement on energy, as well as the selective and disruptive subsidisation of certain energy technologies.Share on Facebook Share on Twitter
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