No-Brainer: Emissions Free Nuclear Power Only Antidote To Net-Zero Madness

Attempting to satisfy a net-zero carbon dioxide emissions target using unreliable wind and solar is a guarantee of energy poverty. Every country that’s attempted to rely upon sunshine and breezes as meaningful power generation sources, has suffered rocketing power prices and now finds itself suffering from scarcity of supply. The mandated renewable energy targets and […]

Nuclear’s Time is Now: Australian Voters Demand Nuclear Powered Future

Australia’s politics is bereft of leadership and there’s no better example thereof than the failure to advance nuclear power in this country. A month back, Australia’s PM, Scott Morrison did a deal with the US and the UK which allows Australia to catch up and join the technological first world – via American or British […]

Wind & Solar Cult Bans Nuclear Power Promoters from Climate Change Conference

The climate cult’s true colours are revealed when it actively agitates against nuclear power; bad enough that they won’t promote it, worse still when they seek to sabotage nuclear power’s prospects, altogether. This is the crowd out to convince us that man-made carbon dioxide gas is “pollution” which, unless you stop generating it, will result […]

Nero Fiddles: China’s Nuclear Power Push Threatens Any Country Still Toying With Wind & Solar

America’s retreat from Afghanistan has left the door wide open to an increasingly belligerent China. China takes itself very seriously on every front; whether it’s the question of military power or power, period. Building coal-fired power plants, hand over fist, the CCP couldn’t give a fig about CO2 emissions of the kind that have weather-warriors […]

Starting Small: Nuclear Power’s Renaissance Begins with Small Modular Reactors

The world’s first small modular reactor (SMR) is under construction and, surprise, surprise, it’s energy-hungry China that leads the way. While China’s love affair with coal-fired power looks like a marriage that will last a lifetime, the CCP is also building nuclear plants, hand over first. And not just the 1,000MW plus industrial-scale reactors it needs […]

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 […]

Game Changer: Bill Gates Backs Safe & Reliable Next Generation Nuclear Power Plants

When the world’s richest entrepreneur says wind and solar will never work, and backs nuclear instead, it’s probably time to listen. Bill Gates made a fortune applying common sense to the untapped market of home computing. The meme has it that IBM’s CEO believed there was only a market for five computers in the entire world. Gates […]

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 […]

Get On With It: Australia’s Renewable Energy Calamity Screaming Out for Nuclear Power

In the midst of a RE-driven power pricing and supply calamity, the only thing worse than talking about nuclear energy, is not talking about nuclear energy. Australia has never had a nuclear power plant, and in 1998 placed an outright ban on nuclear power generation. Which seems a trifle odd, given Australia is the world’s […]

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 […]