April 3 Energy News

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Opinion:

¶ “Bold Thinking Needed To Dig Australia Out Of Self-Inflicted Energy Import-Export Dilemma” • Australia’s largest export commodity, coal, is in accelerating structural decline, and liquid fossil fuel imports are expanding, increasing Australia’s exposure to supply chain risks. And it is all carbon-intensive, swimming against a global tide. [RenewEconomy]

Coal train (Dan Himbrechts | AAP Image)

¶ “Nuclear Power Is Not A Viable Solution For Green New Deal” • After 60 years, despite massive subsidies, the nuclear industry is dying of its own accord. It is too expensive, too dangerous, too dirty, and takes too long to deploy. To address climate change successfully, the Green New Deal must leave nuclear power behind. [The Hill]

Science and Technology:

¶ “Four Innovative Green Technologies That Shows How Scandinavia Leads The Way In Renewable Energy” • From floating solar panels to electric planes, Scandinavia leads the way in…

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