January 10, 2013

Nuclear Is Clean Energy

Leslie Kemeny, Canberra Times


Andrew Dyson, Canberra Times

At a conference in Melbourne last October, global energy expert Sir Chris Llewellyn Smith, the director of energy research at Oxford University, urged Australia to embrace civilian nuclear power. He said it was the logical pathway to clean, secure and cost-effective energy.

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TAGGED: Clean Energy, Australia, Nuclear Energy

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