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The BBC: A Debate on Nuclear Power Stations

One of our readers has alerted us to this debate on the BBC World Service where three experts in the field of nuclear power generation discuss the reasons for the revival of nuclear power in the UK and elsewhere in the world.

The participants are Malcolm Grimston, Professor Robin Grimes and Dr Paul Norman. The debate takes about 26 minutes to listen to and you may find it interesting.

Click this LINK to listen to the show.

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Reader Comments (1)

This is key, because the one thing the URANIUM bull market must watch is the "planned" new nuke plants vs the "actual" being built. A closer look shows some planned projects falling behind their timelines. This means less URANIUM required each time the timelines slip. So, it is key to get a sense of how the debates go, as this will give us a good feel whether we are in fact going to move more towards nuclear power again.

February 21, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterNBkid

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