Time and money run out for nuclear revival - Climate News NetworkClimate News Network
Nuclear industry faces uncertain future as the building boom instigated by the need for low-carbon electricity is hit by unexpected costs and delays.
It is now clear that solar farms and wind turbines produce cheaper power than new nuclear will ever be able to
LONDON, 11 January, 2017– The prospects for expansion of the nuclear industry worldwide look worse in 2017 than at any time since the first atom stations were built in the 1950s.
Toshiba, the giant Japanese company that owns the American reactor designer Westinghouse, is the latest company to face financial difficulties due to unforeseen cost overruns and delays that run into billions of dollars.
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"Nuclear power is a hell of a way
to boil water!"