NewEnergyNews: New Energy Is The UK’s Better Buy

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    Friday, April 08, 2016

    New Energy Is The UK’s Better Buy

    Wind farms and solar energy would cost billions less than Hinkley nuclear plant

    5 April, 2016 (Left Foot Forward)

    “…[The UK’s proposed £24 billion extension of its Hinkley nuclear power station] would pass burdens onto future generations…[but investing in] renewable energy would provide the same amount of energy, and save nearly £40 billion, according to [the Toxic-time capsule report from the Intergeneration Foundation. It calls the proposed Hinkley expansion] the ‘most expensive building on Earth’, and argues it would place economic and environmental burdens on future generations…[O]nshore windfarms would cost £31.2 billion less, and solar photovoltaic power £39.9 billion over the same period…[Renewable energy is also preferable to nuclear power because reactors cannot be built quickly enough to curb global warming but hands] on the problems of nuclear waste and climate change to our children and grandchildren…[R]eadily available, cheaper, safer and quicker renewable energy options would help Britain live both within its economic and environmental means…” click here for more

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