Is nuclear energy a cost-effective and reliable way for economies to decarbonize, or is it too risky?
A conversation on how nuclear energy can provide zero-carbon, reliable energy, and why it should potentially be considered as a key part of the world's response to climate change. A discussion between Economics Explored host Gene Tunny and Adept Economics Research Officer Ben Scott.
Links relevant to the conversation include:
Does nuclear energy have a future in Australia?
What’s going on with the so-called hydrogen economy?
OPAL multi-purpose reactor
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