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UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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Nathan Wilson on Jan 2, 2022

Here is more evidence that anti-nuclear activism is a major force in blocking decarbonization of our energy sector.   For decades, environmental scientists have pleaded with us to reduce our fossil fuel consumption.  Anti-nuclear activists have told us to instead reduce our use of safe, clean nuclear power; the result continues to be more fossil fuel use, more air pollution, and more CO2 emissions.


Our current nuclear fleet was funded and built by our parents and grandparents, and could easily last 80 years or more.  Germans today are discarding that investment, and dooming their children to spend their money to replace them.

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