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June 04, 2006

Timmy Elsewhere

Shortie at the ASI, couple of little bits from The Economist.

June 4, 2006 in The Blogger Himself | Permalink

Comments

Interesting pieces. On solar panels if they do come down in price to where they competitive with other forms without subsidy then no-one is going to care about the minor advantage nuclear has on lifecycle CO2 emissions, are they?

Tim adds: Depends how far down you want emissions to come but yes, fair point. Currently they emit about 2.5 times nuclear.

Posted by: Matthew | Jun 4, 2006 2:07:15 PM

True, though it seems possible that if the cost of making them can be massively reduced then the energy used in making them would also decline substantially.

Tim adds: Agreed. It’s actually what I think will solve climate change. But it ain’t there yet

Posted by: Matthew | Jun 4, 2006 6:17:33 PM