Archive for September, 2014

2014 Nuclear Issues Vol 37 No 7 September

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Can we afford it?

The horrendous cost of renewable energy is highlighted in a report for Civitas by Dr John Constable of the Renewable Energy Foundation who claims that, together with VAT, it “would bring the annual additional cost to consumers to upwards of £16 billion a year in 2020, over 1% of current GDP. One third of this cost would hit households directly through their electricity bills, regardless of income, making it an intensely regressive measure. The remainder of the ...

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September Newsletter No192

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A call to arms: Your committee needs you

If this year’s Annual General Meeting on Monday, October 20 does not entirely mark all change, SONE will nonetheless be seen to be gearing up for the future.

First, the committee has appointed a new Secretary. He is Harold Bolter, a former member of the main BNFL board who before that was industrial editor of the Financial Times. He succeeds Sir Bernard Ingham who has been secretary for virtually the whole of SONE’s 16 ...

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