Dear unknown reader.

This page is under development and can not even be regarded as a draft.

If you are interested in nuclear power and may be how we – the population in the socalled western world – have been cheated, I refer you to another page:
Greenpeaces troværdighed er en myte. (In Danish)
or
Greenpeace’s Credibility is a Myth. (In English)
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Nytænkning om KK

drop biobrændstofferne sats på atomkraft

http://videnskab.dk/teknologi/atomkraftvaerker-mangler-viden-om-sikkerhed

https://theconversation.com/au/topics/future-of-nuclear-series

Future Energy Visions, Part 1: Renewables and Nuclear

building a true renewable paradise will pose many serious problems

public acceptance. This focus is well justified as history has repeatedly demonstrated that political factors can easily double or triple the cost of nuclear power.
Science agrees, however, that nuclear is one of the safest available energy technologies in terms of deaths per unit electricity delivered.

nuclear-costs-against-date-of-construction-start
Notater til billede med priser på EL versus installeret VE
Rusland mangler
det er svært at afllæse
The five countries shown in red have all had financial difficulties. High electricity prices may have contributed to their problems.
The United States is not shown on this chart, since it is not part of Europe. If it were, it would be a bit below, and to the right of, Czech Republic and Romania.
And
Germany is known as a world leader in intermittent electricity generation. Its intermittent generation hit 12.2% of total generation in 2012. As you will recall, this is the level where California and Hawaii started to reach grid problems. By 2015, its intermittent electricity amounted to 19.5% of total electricity generated.
http://www.theenergycollective.com/gail-tverberg/2387074/intermittent-renewables-cant-favorably-transform-grid-electricity-2
intermittent energy tends to lead to very low wholesale electricity prices. Other electricity providers need to be compensated for the effects these low prices cause; otherwise they will leave the market.
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East Europe tries to get forward, but financial restrains is a big hurdle.
Due to the slow down in Vestern Europe, it is necessary to (almost) return to the old Russian dominence.
A long and apparently good article on Euroarcive gives a lot of information (2017-03-23)
http://www.euractiv.com/section/electricity/news/v4-energy-security-the-land-of-nuclear-and-coal/
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