Contrarian Ontarians: Canadians Lead Charge On Cheap, Safe & Reliable Nuclear Power

Canada is yet another case that buries the lie that nuclear power is expensive. The only stand-alone generation source that does not generate carbon dioxide gas during the process, you’d think that the climate cult would be screaming from the rooftops to get nuclear power plants built as a matter of pressing urgency. But, not […]

Small Modular Reaction: Europe’s Wind & Solar Disaster Paves Way For New Nuclear Age

Europe’s energy disaster proves, beyond doubt, that wind and solar are an abject failure, leaving the way clear for nuclear power and any other power generation source that can dish it up, on demand. With numerous operators seeking or obtaining licences to build Small Modular Reactors, and numerous countries signing up to have them, SMRs […]

Want Cheap & Reliable Power? Then Stop Voting for Deluded RE Obsessed Lunatics

Voters get the governments are to serve, so it’s said, which means that sympathy for their current energy woes runs thin. Voters who walked into a booth thinking they would save the planet by backing candidates and parties who promised to go all in on the grand wind and solar ‘transition’, might be suffering a […]

Wind & Sun Can’t Deliver: So Power-Starved Germans Demand Nuclear Plants Remain Online

Mass civil unrest is odds-on in power starved Germany and Britain this winter, thanks to the so-called wind and solar ‘transition’. With thousands likely to freeze to death, the collective sense of humour will soon evaporate, along with any remaining faith in the ability of wind and solar to deliver power, as and when it’s […]

Australia’s Labor Government Determined to Repeat Europe’s Wind & Solar Disaster

When it comes to energy policy, practised ignorance is the new black. The debacle playing out in wind and solar-obsessed Europe ought to be enough to have policymakers around the world regroup and rethink their hitherto maniacal quest for the all-wind and sun ‘transition’. But, in the land Downunder, not a bit of it. No, […]

Europe’s Wind & Solar Disaster Heralds Nuclear Power’s New Beginning

Like planting trees, the best time to build nuclear power plants was 20 years ago, the next best time is right now. Before climate cultists started demonising coal-fired power, the world was awash in reliable and affordable electricity. Now, however, the crowd that berates us about human-generated carbon dioxide gas are hellbent on destroying coal […]

No Brainer: Safe & Affordable Nuclear Power Provides Perfect Pathway to Clean Energy Future

The renewable energy debacle in Germany means that it won’t axe its nuclear plants and is likely to start building more of them, like their French neighbours. The French, of course, set the benchmark for generating clean, safe and reliable nuclear power; they’ve been doing so for nearly 60 years and still get over 75% […]

Net Zero Intelligence: Logic and Reason Give Way to Unreliable Renewables Obsession

Reason and logic are in the fight of their lives; ideologues continue to push chaotically intermittent wind and solar, determined to deprive us of the reliable and affordable power that dragged us towards the unparalleled peace and prosperity we currently take for granted. Net-zero carbon oxide gas emissions targets are only the latest assault launched […]

Time to Grow Up: Australia’s Idiotic Ban On Nuclear Power Has to Go Right Now

In power-starved Europe, nuclear is back in vogue, principally because it’s cheap and reliable and doesn’t depend on the weather or Russian dictators who supply the gas to fill the gaps when the sun sets and/or calm weather sets in. There’s a reason that the French enjoy power prices half that suffered by their German […]

Suicidal Sleepwalk: Time to Stop Emulating Europe’s Wind & Solar Obsession

As Germans and Brits stock up on woollen blankets and candles, the world has a chance to avoid the perfectly avoidable. In both cases, an obsession with chaotically intermittent and heavily subsidised wind and solar has them scrambling for reliable energy – as if thousands of lives depend on it – which they literally do. […]