Reynard Posted January 14, 2015 Share Posted January 14, 2015 That's as mis-leading a statement as you could make. The current strike price for wind is irrelevant when comparing to nuclear until the nuclear plants are up and running. At this point nuclear will be more heavily subsidised than onshore wind. For someone on here telling us how cheap nuclear is, perhaps you can explain why EDF even need a guaranteed price. I would like to see someone as right wing as yourself tell us why market forces appear to not work in a de-regulated business. Nuclear is cheaper than renewables. Renewables are the most expensive and unreliable method we have of producing energy. 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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