Wednesday, 9 January 2008

British nuclear plans likely to help sway others

Britain is expected to back a new generation of nuclear power plants, adding to the gathering momentum behind atomic energy as part of the solution to the world's energy problems.

See the full report from the ABC.
"Both for CO2 targets and the growing electricity needs of a major OECD [Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development] country, there are serious gaps unless nuclear power remains an important feature of the UK energy mix," London-based World Energy Council secretary-general Gerald Doucet said.

"It is this belated conclusion which will impact the debate in places like Australia, Italy, Germany and even the USA."

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