No Brainer: Britain’s Government Backs Nuclear Solution for Wind & Solar Chaos

It appears the penny has finally dropped. Having worked out that wind and solar will never work, the British government is now backing the development of advanced modular nuclear reactors.

The idea that a modern economy can power itself on sunshine and breezes is nonsense. Not so with ever-reliable nuclear power.

There are around 450 nuclear reactors operating in 30 countries around the world, 15 countries are currently building another 60 reactors and their combined output accounts for over 11% of global electricity production – compared with total global output from wind which, to the nearest decimal point, is zero. And all without so much as a hiccup.

In a case where the solution to the unreliables is obvious, it was only a matter of time before Britain’s government has finally got with the program and started backing modular nuclear reactors.

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It appears the penny has finally dropped. Having worked out that wind and solar will never work, the British government is now backing the development of advanced modular nuclear reactors.

The idea that a modern economy can power itself on sunshine and breezes is nonsense. Not so with ever-reliable nuclear power.

There are around 450 nuclear reactors operating in 30 countries around the world, 15 countries are currently building another 60 reactors and their combined output accounts for over 11% of global electricity production – compared with total global output from wind which, to the nearest decimal point, is zero. And all without so much as a hiccup.

In a case where the solution to the unreliables is obvious, it was only a matter of time before Britain’s government has finally got with the program and started backing modular nuclear reactors.

UK government support for modular reactor deployment
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