“Not without your approval: a way forward for nuclear technology in Australia”
Report of the inquiry into the prerequisites for nuclear energy in Australia House of Representatives Standing Committee on the Environment and Energy.
SMR Nuclear Technology welcomes the release of the Federal Nuclear Inquiry report and is pleased that there are many references to the SMR-NT submission (number 39) in the report.
The Environment and Energy Committee of the House of Representatives has recommended the introduction of nuclear technology in Australia subject to community agreement.
The Committee report has made three very sensible recommendations to the Commonwealth Government:
These three recommendations will be welcomed both by industry and by the wider community.
September 2020 – NSW Government response to Legislative Council Standing Committee on State Development Uranium Mining and Nuclear Facilities (Prohibitions) Repeal Bill 2019 Report 46, March 2020
New OECD-NEA report examines the costs of alternative low-carbon electricity systems
New system analysis demonstrates the potential value of nuclear power in Australia. “Reliable and Affordable Electric Power Generation” – Paper by Electric Power Consulting.
“Nuclear Power and its Potential Role in Economic Development in Australia"
Robert Pritchard, Executive Director, Energy Policy Institute of Australia, May 2018.
“Energy Governance Challenges: More Responsive Market Institutions" – presentation to the ATSE NSW Energy Symposium
Robert Pritchard, Executive Director, Energy Policy Institute of Australia, November 2017.
Contemplating Nuclear Power Generation Today: Managing Energy Security Risk, Reducing GHG Emissions and Prioritising Public Safety – Robert Pritchard and Helen Cook, Published by the OGEL Journal (Oil, Gas, Energy Law Intelligence), January 2013.
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