The need for much faster reduction in fossil fuel use is now almost universally accepted. This poses a challenge for electricity, almost two thirds of which is generated using carbon intensive fossil fuels.

Despite the rapid growth of renewable energy nuclear power remains the largest source of low carbon electricity in the developed world, accounting for about one fifth of power generation. The International Energy Agency note that by 2040 85% of global electricity will have to come from cle...


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