Open letter to energy minister
As a young man who actively works on issues of energy justice each day, I could not help feeling that with your first public statement on Friday, you risk turning a multitude of young people, who are the backbone of the country, into sceptics.
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Since: Mar 13
#1 Aug 9, 2013
Yup, the demand for over-priced energy from "the unreliables" is going down. Seems that the minister thinks that by building a nuclear power plant he can cause the cost to come down a lot and create the demand that had originally been anticipated. He's correct.
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