Back of the nuclear napkin: Cost efficiency.

People don't seem to believe me when I say that Nuclear would be one of the cheapest ways to switch over to zero-carbon energy. So welcome to another rough and ready math attempt. We'll take 3 different scenarios: nuclear, solar PV and off-shore wind as these seem to be the most common grid-scale applications of... Continue Reading →

Efficiency: the many conflicting numbers

If I told you that nuclear energy had the worst fuel efficiency of any energy production system would you believe me? What if I then said that it had the best operational efficiency of any electricity generating system? I would think that you would be starting to either get confused or think that I was... Continue Reading →

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