Via EQUALIZER MAGAZINE Dear citizen of South Africa and/or the world, On the 20th of November 2012 Equal Education’s (EE) campaign for minimum norms and standards for school infrastructure goes to the Bhisho High Court, in the Eastern Cape. You are invited! For the past two years EE has picketed, petitioned, held community meetings, written countless letters
“Last week’s Mail and Guardian ran an article that further illustrates the uncertainty surrounding the actual cost of procuring nuclear power. Similar to a previous article from the Economist that we posted, the article highlights the lack of consensus amongst experts in the field as to what the overall cost for nuclear power can be.
Bandwagons and busts Nuclear plants are getting ever more expensive. But Asian countries may build them more cheaply
When we talk of the cost of nuclear power what do we mean? And why are the estimates of nuclear power in South Africa so varied? The article in the Economist helped me gain a deeper understanding. First, there are two types of costs. On the one hand, there is the the “overnight” cost which