Nuclear energy ‘can complement’ renewables
New technology makes nuclear power a viable alternative, says nuclear energy company
Renewables will not supply Ireland’s energy needs unless there is a ‘miracle’ and nuclear power could be a ‘stable alternative’, according to the Irish head of an innovative nuclear energy company.
Rory O‘Sullivan, 30, is a Trinity College graduate and chief executive of the Canadian-based nuclear power company Moltex. O’Sullivan, who joined the company in 2015, told the Business Post that nuclear needed to be seriously considered as part...
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