54 hours without coal in Industrial Revolution home
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54 hours without coal in Industrial Revolution home

It's really about recognizing that change is possible. That your history doesn't necessarily denote your future. And that even if you are the oldest, dirtiest, smelliest person in the room - a little bit of soap and water can clean you up. Great Britain, because of its long history of coal use, has put more CO2 into the atmosphere per person than any other country. Of course, the electricity that comes from the coal is part of the broader advancements on humanity that has saved billions of lives - so let's not get too down on the brown and black…
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Nuclear plant in UK will require more than twice the subsidies as solar
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Nuclear plant in UK will require more than twice the subsidies as solar

PV and storage could provide as much electricity as a proposed nuclear plant in the UK at half the subsidy cost, according to new analysis timed to coincide with expected news of a nuclear agreement between Britain and China this week. Chinese premier Xi Jinping is in the UK this week on a state visit and is widely expected to meet with prime minister David Cameron today to discuss various trade deals, one of which is China’s investment in the proposed Hinkley Point C nuclear reactor. [adinserter block="1"] The project has been widely criticised as too expensive and not offering of…
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