Tim Flannery backs nuclear

According to Flannery’s professional acquaintances at Siemens Carbon Sequestration and Storage is just far too expensive to be considered as a means of burying Co2 from coal. As a result, Flannery is considering geothermal and nuclear…

Professor Flannery said the federal government should commit funds towards geothermal energy, solar photovoltaic energy and ”possibly even nuclear” to meet Australia’s future energy demands.

via Flannery: I’ve changed my mind on carbon capture.

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