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Slowing down environmental craziness

10 June 2023

4:00 AM

10 June 2023

4:00 AM

Pressure to replace controllable and low-cost coal and gas with an intermittent and high-cost wind and solar alternative continues, but there are increasing signs of unease with this policy. Some of this may stem from a growing recognition of the implausibility of the government’s claims that the ‘transition’ to wind and solar will be both smooth and cost less when finished.

For many, a compromise that will give a secure electricity supply without carbon emissions is nuclear.

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