A Nuclear Power Future to Cost $1,000,000,000,000,000

For a nuclear-powered future, author Kyoto2 author Oliver Tickell estimates the world would need 10,000 n-plants, each costing $100 billion to build.

Published: 02-Apr-2013

One of the leading voices on the environment said the only way to address global climate change and the growing demand for energy was to invest in renewables.

Author, journalist and campaigner Oliver Tickell spoke recently at Ecobuild, a sustainable building conference.

He said while the price of solar energy continued to fall, other options including nuclear energy were unreliable and expensive.

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