U2’s Edge says nuclear power an option to meet our climate targets
Rock star tells a round table discussion he is concerned about the practicality of depending solely on renewable energy sources
Nuclear power may be among the options that need to be considered to meet climate change targets, according to Dave Evans, the rock star and private equity investor.
Evans, who is better known as U2’s The Edge, was speaking at a round table discussion organised by Venturewave Capital. Evans and Adam Clayton, his bandmate, are among the backers of Venturewave’s €100 million Impact Ireland fund.
“I think we have to perhaps...
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