The problem with any discussion on nuclear power is that it is fraught with misinformation promoted by hysterical nuclearphobes.
Governments have a long history of spending billions to knowingly build ‘roads to nowhere’ when they could have built efficient infrastructure instead.
The Plan your Brisbane game launched recently by the Brisbane City Council shows us that for every planning decision we make there are trade-offs.
The Victorian batteries can power 39,200 homes for one hour. Ignoring industry, for homes this is a drop in the power demand bucket.
Hungary has slashed illegal immigration by more than 99 per cent
It's incumbent upon die-hard fans of up to 100% renewables to respond publicly to the multiplied generation and storage capacity arithmetic outlined here.
There are many reasons to be sceptical or even concerned about the ANC under a Ramaphosa presidency.
The water needed to open up the black soil country for agriculture can easily be diverted from the tropical rivers of the north at an affordable cost.
Could anything have been done previously to diminish the risk of a rout on house prices?
Melbourne City Council wants to ban above-ground parking in new developments but doesn't have a clue what the wider implications of such a change might be.
If so, by 'squeezing' any generators into even more intermittent supply, are they making the whole SA power supply system more expensive.
In tackling Australia’s energy crisis, politicians and policy makers need to find the courage and conviction to confront key energy realities and develop real policy.