Dr Kelvin Kemm (Nuclear Africa), Prof Philip Lloyd (Institute of Energy Research CPUT), Andrew Kenny (nuclear engineering consultant), Leon Louw (Free Market Foundation), Dr Dirk Prinsloo (Urban Studies) and Dr Dawid Serfontein (School of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering, NWU) continue their strong argument in favour of more nuclear plants for South Africa.
The tension between the base-load power generation capacity needs of the Cape region, and coal-powered generation supply in the north of the country (many thousands of kilometres away) lends itself to a nuclear solution. South Africa has the Uranium, as well as the expertise to become a significant player in the nuclear power market internationally.
Read more: Muscling up the nuke fleet.
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