- peter lindsay
This conversation is closed.
How are we really going to produce base line electricity 20 years from now?
I know in an ideal world there would be wind farms and solar arrays but neither of these are siutable for base line power. You quite often have still nights afterall, especially in summer when we all want to run our aircon. And before you say the wind always blows somewhere you can only transmit power over a few hundred maybe a thousand kilometres before theres none left. Will it come down to a choice between using minimal fossil fuels or minimal nuclear?
Closing Statement from peter lindsay
I assume from the lack of comment that everyone agrees that it will come down to minimal nuclear, possibly LFTR