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I doubt it. The land change and cost to afford power line connection of remote wind is substantial. Compare wind's ...
Even nuclear physicist and nulear energy advocate Manfred Lenzen found CO2 emissions from the nuclear fuel cycle
to be ~100g/KWh.
Again bad stats. That data was cheery picked on the high end and over exaggerates most factors by 80X. Nuclear ...
Your "Democratize" is a buzz word to infer the people are now in charge and not business that goes against ...
"Democratize ... What the heck is that?"
In the seventies & eighties, the big utilities started new NPP's, etc against the ...
Oh, I don't mind coal as the fuel has plenty of attributes as you post. One important one is the ...
The first Energiewende law is the result of a ~20yrs long national debate about the viability to move all nuclear ...
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