Analysis and ideas on climate, energy and some less important things.
Tag Archives: Thorium
Having abandoned this blog for a couple of months, I thought I should quickly write a catch-up post to justify the interruption in service and get myself back into the swing of things. So although I don’t really approve of … Continue reading
Australia and Czech Republic join the race to create nuclear energy from thorium
I’ve written quite a few times for the Guardian about liquid fluoride thorium energy: first we introduced it as part of the Manchester Report; then we noted when China got excited about the technology. Next we reported on the launch … Continue reading
A breakthrough moment for thorium nuclear energy?
Originally published on guardian.co.uk. Parliamentary events are often dull affairs, but Thursday night’s launch of the Weinberg Foundation – a new pressure group advocating thorium nuclear energy – was quite the opposite. I can’t remember the last time I stood … Continue reading