Analysis  |  Bridging solutions  |  6 December 2010

If there has to be a choice, we should have a proper debate first about the pros and cons

Nuclear or gas?

By Marcel Viëtor

Both nuclear power and natural gas are regularly presented as interim or ‘bridging’ solutions on the way to the energy supply of the future. However, the arguments for or against one or the other are all too often shaped by partisan interests. It is high time to take an impartial look at the advantages and disadvantages of both technologies.

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