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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Nuclear costs spiral
عدد مرات القراءة 19042006-08-17

Green Party in England & Wales

£70 billion nuclear clean up bill 'set to rise' as government admit 
'considerable uncertainty still remains in relation to the cost of 
decommissioning and clean up.'

The Commons Trade and Industry Committee today expressed concern 
about continued uncertainty over the taxpayers' bill for the disposal 
of civil nuclear operations.

Green Party Principal Speaker Keith Taylor commented: "This comes 
only 4 years after a £24 billion price rise in 2002!  Costs are 
continuing to spiral, but the government still insists nucelar power 
is the way forward.

" The industry won't invest in new build without taxpayers 
underwriting risks.

"Tony blair is prevaricating by saying that the market will deliver 
solutions, it won't."

The cross-party select committee said it expected the figure to 
continue to rise as a result of further investigations into storage 
facilities at Sellafield and Dounreay. The apparent reluctance of the 
nuclear industry to continue reprocessing spent fuel - because it is 
more expensive than buying new uranium - would also contribute 
growing costs.

Keith Taylor concluded: "A mixture of energy efficiency measures 
leading to a reduction in need, combined with an emphasis on 
renewables technology could together bring down our carbon emissions, 
so ameliorating climate change, whilst also putting an end to our 
reliance on expensive and difficultly sourced fossil fuels.

"All this would be in a clearly costed economic framework, rather 
than one of  hidden subsidisation and out of control costs."






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