Nuclear: the age of immortal energy

Europe, realising that green energy is all fun and games until Russian cuts off its pipelines, had to admit that solar and wind were not sufficient to keep its cities alight. Currently, one-quarter of the European Union’s energy is derived from nuclear power. … Like a climate catastrophist’s imaginary apocalypse, Russia forced Europe to put its cards on the table at which point the world discovered a gaping energy hole.

Authored by Alexandra Marshall and originally published at Spectator Australia on 9 August 2022 here.

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