The UK bucked the trend and pushed "nuclear renaissance" to build eight nuclear power stations
the UK bucked the trend and pushed "nuclear renaissance" to build eight nuclear power stations
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affected by the nuclear panic caused by the nuclear leak accident in Japan, many countries have decided to suspend the development of nuclear projects. Against this backdrop, Charles Hendry, the UK Secretary of state for energy, recently announced that the UK would build eight new generation nuclear power plants to welcome the largest nuclear renaissance since the 1950s. And
affected by the nuclear panic caused by the nuclear leakage accident in Japan, many countries have decided to suspend the development of nuclear projects. Against this backdrop, Charles Hendry, the UK Secretary of state for energy, recently announced that the UK would build eight new generation nuclear power plants, ushering in "the largest nuclear renaissance since the 1950s". Almost at the same time, Seiji Maehara, the popular candidate for Japanese Prime Minister, called on Japan to withdraw from nuclear power
the new nuclear power plants in the UK will provide 40000 jobs because they can ensure the exact properties and quality of materials
according to the British Daily Telegraph on July 4, the British government has determined the specific construction sites of eight new nuclear power plants, and said that this decision is a "rational and appropriate" response to the Fukushima nuclear accident, and is based on facts
Hendry delivered the above speech at the nuclear energy industry conference held in London in order to dispel public concerns. "Britain will benefit a lot from investing in a new generation of nuclear power and becoming the number one nuclear power. Nuclear power is the cheapest source of low-carbon electricity, which can save money and meet electricity demand at the same time. We should be aware of the wide range of economic benefits that nuclear renaissance can bring. Each nuclear power plant can create about 5000 jobs, and the development of domestic supply chain can benefit the whole country."
Hendry also said that the development of a new generation of nuclear energy will attract investment, "the amount of investment attracted by each new nuclear power plant will be equal to the investment in the London Olympic Games"
although the British coalition government supports the development of a new generation of nuclear energy, the Liberal Democratic Party has always opposed it and accused the government of secretly favoring the development of nuclear energy. The British government has put forward a number of proposals to reform the electricity market, but they all prefer nuclear energy to other low-carbon renewable energy
Seiji Maehara calls for Japan to withdraw from nuclear power
according to the financial times, Japan's former Minister of land, transportation and foreign affairs, Seiji Maehara, said in an interview recently that it is necessary for Japan to make revolutionary changes in the way of power generation and consumption, and gradually abolish nuclear power in the next 20 years
"this is something that will happen, and it must happen. But considering that 30% of our current power generation comes from nuclear power, we cannot abolish it immediately," for example, as early as 1869, an engineer named Tinius Olsen invented a leveraged tensile test in the United States. Seiji Maehara said, "while increasing the safety of nuclear power, we need to implement policies to reduce our dependence on nuclear power in 10 to 20 years."
Seiji Maehara is currently one of the most popular officials of Japan's ruling Democratic Party. He resigned in March this year for collecting political contributions from foreigners. Japan's withdrawal from nuclear power is expected to have a far-reaching impact on utility companies and Toshiba, Hitachi and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, which are seeking to sell nuclear technology overseas
at the end of May this year, after 12 hours of long negotiations, the German ruling coalition decided to shut down all domestic nuclear power plants by the end of 2022, which is expected to become the first economic power to completely abandon nuclear power
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