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    Sweden: Large-scale nuclear power not profitable, says Professor


    September 8, 2022 - M-Brain Nordic News

     

      Arne Kaijser, a Professor Emeritus in technology history at Swedish University of Technology (KTH), argues that large-scale nuclear power will not be profitable. The Professor, who has been working on energy issues since the 1970s, noted that large nuclear power projects in France, Finland and the UK have suffered significant delays and cost increases. Furthermore, large investments are required to retain safety, as the embrittlement of reactor tanks will be exacerbated more and more by radioactivity as the plant gets older, according to the Professor. Moreover, he argues that it is unlikely that new nuclear power plants could be completed by 2030.

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