Intermittent Wind & Solar Power No Match For Around-the-Clock Nuclear Power

Part-time power is worse than having no power at all: our industrial heartbeat and the timing of daily chores hasn’t been dictated by the weather for more than a century. Harnessing thermal power set us on the road to the modern, ordered and (largely) civil society we presently enjoy. For a refresher course Google up […]

Nuclear Renaissance: Looming Net-Zero Targets Driving Uranium Miners’ Share Price Surge

Share prices in uranium miners are on the rise, much to the horror of the wind and solar ‘industries’. Despite efforts of the wind and solar cult to unwind nuclear power in Germany, and elsewhere, the recent share market surge suggests there’s a resurgence of interest in uranium miners – share prices in one Australian […]

Nuclear Power: Quite Simply the World’s Cleanest & Safest Power Generation System

The profiteers that wallow in the subsidies for unreliable and intermittent wind and solar hate nuclear, principally because it works, 24×365, irrespective of the weather or time-of-day. Nuclear power is the only stand-alone power generation source that does not emit carbon dioxide gas during the process. And by reference to the amount of power it […]

No-Brainer: Nuclear Power Only Solution For Those Fretting About Carbon Dioxide Gas

Nuclear power is the only stand-alone power generation source that does not generate carbon dioxide gas in the process. So why is it that those fretting about human-generated carbon dioxide gas aren’t screaming its merits from the rooftops? There are plenty among them who fit the category of ‘human hater’ – the kind who see […]

New Nuclear Plants Herald Affordable & Reliable Energy Future For United Arab Emirates

There’s a simple reason that STT backs nuclear power: it works. Delivering affordable power 24 x 365 is the name of the game, something wind and solar are incapable of delivering, and which some 450 nuclear plants around the world have been doing day in day out, for years. Amongst the climate hysterics it’s easy […]

Nuclear: Time to Back The Safest System Power Generation Of Them All

The renewable energy cult keeps telling us that the only way forward is backwards: ie a life dependent upon the time of day and the weather. Of course, if anyone wants hot showers and cold beer, wind and solar haven’t a hope of delivering them on cue. It’s passing strange that the same crowd that […]

Where Never Reliable Wind & Solar Perpetually Fail, Ever Reliable Nuclear Power Just Works

Renewable energy rent seekers hate nuclear power for the same reasons we promote it: it works 24 x 365, whatever the weather and delivers power that people can afford. Anyone claiming that carbon dioxide gas is destroying the planet and not promoting nuclear power simply can’t be taken seriously. Neither can anyone still suggesting that […]

Nuclear Power: The Long-Term Solution to Australia’s Self-Inflicted Renewable Energy Calamity

  Thanks to an obsession with intermittent wind and solar, Australians face another summer of planned power rationing (aka ‘load shedding’) and the unplanned kind (aka ‘mass blackouts’). Cue the first long, hot spell in January, when power demand spikes as ACs get cranked into action to cool homes and businesses and refrigerated systems have […]

So Simple: Fixing Australia’s Power Pricing & Supply Crisis Easy As One, Two, Three

Solving Australia’s power pricing and supply calamity means killing subsidies for wind and solar and kickstarting nuclear power, by removing the ban that prohibits it. As Rafe Champion details below, there are three easy steps that would resolve the current debacle: killing off the subsidies for intermittent power generation; adding a capacity market to the […]

Anti-Nuclear Knuckleheads: Time to Scrap Australia’s Idiotic Ban on Nuclear Power Plants

  Australia holds the world’s largest uranium reserves and, despite its shifting policy of limiting the number of mines and states that have banned them, is the world’s third-largest uranium exporter. That Australia, among the world’s largest uranium exporters, doesn’t rely on nuclear power astonishes those from the 30 countries where you’ll find nearly 450 nuclear reactors currently operating – […]