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If recent trends continue for another two years, the global share of electricity from renewables excluding hydropower will overtake nuclear for the first time.
By Dr David Toke
The Conversation, 19th March 2018
Despite promises of revitalisation from Japan’s government, seven years on from the nuclear disaster the area is still struggling.
By Dr Peter Wynn Kirby
The Guardian, 16th March 2018
With Comments from Yves Marignac and Paul Dorfman.
der Freitag, 14th March 2018
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If recent trends continue for another two years, the global share of electricity from renewables excluding hydropower will overtake nuclear for the first time. Even 20 years ago, this nuclear decline would have greatly surprised many people – particularly now that reducing carbon emissions is at the top of the … [Continue Reading]