Energy experts urge Australia to go nuclear
A number of leading energy experts are raising the alarm over surging power prices, calling for Australia to invest in nuclear energy.
The Government has advised power prices will increase by more than 50 per cent over the next two years.
Two of NSW’s biggest coal plants are to shut by 2025. The Liddell Power Station owned by AGL and Origin’s facility at Lake Macquarie are the two plants closing.
Dr. Adi Paterson, former CEO of the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization, told Ben Fordham countries around the world are keeping their reliance on nuclear energy.
“We need firm, reliable sources of energy that are low carbon.
“The most stable and safest form of energy today is nuclear power.”
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