Yes, temporarily while we increase investment into cleaner renewable alternatives
No, we should invest in cleaner alternatives such as wind, hydroelectric, thorium, and geothermal
Yes, as long as there is no public subsidy
Yes, and nationalise the industry
Yes, but with public subsidy

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Yes and it should be implemented post haste to the fullest extent of its current capability in consultion with relevant scientific communities

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Before using nuclear power we need an effective and safe way of dealing with nuclear waste. that or further developement in nuclear energy such as effective fusion energy instead of fision to remove the danger of radioactive waste.


i support nuclear energy as long as it is done properly and that workers at the power plants are trained in how to run the generators and systems, Australia overall should have a nuclear with solar on roofs and that all our energy companies should be owned by the federal government.


yes and no. Its fast, efficient and helps with environmental and medical and all sorts of studies. But the uranium used in it can effect the health of humans. If we are able to work with it in affordable cost and between our safety measures we should more than happy to be continuing with its work


Government have no control on solar provider prices. In any circumstances the buy back price should be less than 5 year. Should fine to solar provider those are charging more than the market. Every solar quote must approved by authority. I have never received subsidy as advertised. No any service provider provide any details of subsidy. Government should put the commossion.

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