Tuesday, December 15, 2009

The Cost of Cleaner Energy

Der Spiegel has posted a very interesting chart on the cost of reducing excess CO2 in the Earth's atmosphere. I appears that nuclear energy is easily the cheapest method for reducing global warming. What a surprise!


Peter Williams said...

I cannot see the chart in your post in the Der Spiegel article. Do you have a link to the source of the chart?

Marcel F. Williams said...

Der Spiegel's chart is next to the Der Spiegel article at:


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