Wind & Solar Debacle Means It’s Time To Bring Small Nuclear Reactors Onshore

SMRs are no pipe dream: 200 small nuclear reactors are presently powering 160 ships and submarines all around the world, and have been for decades. What’s on foot is a move to bring those reactors onshore and use them to shore up power grids being wrecked by the chaotic intermittency of wind and solar. STT promotes […]

Energy Embrace: Nuclear Power’s Inherent Reliability Key To Permanent Energy Security

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has focused minds on energy policy like nothing before. Europe’s self-defeating reliance on Russian oil and gas has exposed the so-called wind and solar ‘transition’ as a delusional farce. Adding chaotically intermittent wind and solar to a grid, while driving reliable and affordable coal-fired plants to the wall, inevitably requires oil […]

Endless Energy: Nuclear Provides Prospect of Safe, Reliable & Affordable Power Forever

Putin’s Ukrainian adventure has Europeans talking about nuclear power as if their existence depends on it. Threaten to deprive people of access to reliable and affordable energy and the love affair with wind and solar is soon forgotten. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to explain the relationship between total collapses in wind and solar […]

Anti-Nuke Activists Afraid of Safe, Reliable & Affordable Nuclear Power

If you want people to toe the line, make them afraid. It’s worked a treat for the anti-economic progress crowd in their campaign against nuclear power. It’s the same insidious force that has millions of Australians constantly locked down, cowering under their quilts, thanks to the threat of a virus that’s on a par with […]

Universal Self Harm: Rejecting Nuclear Power Poses Real Extinction Threat

The only thing worse than talking about a nuclear-powered future, is not talking about one. Australians watching power prices go through the roof and suffering through power rationing during summer – thanks to the hopeless intermittency of wind and solar – are finally getting the message. Given the unrelenting attack on reliable coal-fired power, the […]

Nuclear Waste: Nothing Like the Problem Imagined by Anti-Nuke Squad

Nuclear power is the only stand-alone generation system that does not emit carbon dioxide gas during the process. And it works – 24 x 7, whatever the weather. Which is one reason why wind and solar rent seekers hate it. Beat ups about the risks from radiation and nuclear-nonevents – such as the damage suffered […]

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 […]

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 […]

Reason Removed: Remaining Opposition to Nuclear Power Product of Fake News Fear Mongers

There are plenty of examples of the mass media using hyperbole to whip up hysteria, but the unjustified fear of nuclear radiation is a stand out. Sure, we’ve been cajoled and berated into a fear-filled frenzy about a Chinese virus. But that’s likely to pass as quickly as humans develop their natural immunity to any […]

Want Safe, Reliable & Affordable Electricity? Then Start Thinking Nuclear, Right Now

The French get 70-80% of their power from nuclear plants and haven’t suffered so much as a scratch since they started in 1962. By contrast, the wind industry (which really only got off the ground in the late 1990s and still generates a trifling amount of electricity) has clocked up around 200 fatalities, (eg, see above) […]