ncg in the news …
China’s nuclear industry expanded fast in the last decade and is targeting exports; success in Europe would be a major boost to prospects elsewhere.
By Prof Steve Thomas
Energy Policy, February 2017
Dr Paul Dorfman, European Parliament, ‘Decommissioning: A new challenge for nuclear safety’, Brussels, 6 February 2017
China’s Role in Reducing Carbon Emissions: The Stabilisation of Energy Consumption and the Deployment of Renewable Energy
By Dr David Toke
Routledge, January 2017
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A legacy of lies and cover-up leaves nuclear energy with a serious credibility gap, and no sign of its long-promised revival. There have been three well-documented major nuclear accidents in the last 60 years, each one accompanied by official lies and cover-ups. There have been other less well-known serious accidents … [Continue Reading]