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The spiralling cost aspects of decommissioning: its estimation and examples France, UK and Germany #IAEA

How the nuclear industry plays the statistics and formulae for working out the costs of decommissioning whilst vying for funding. The costs are obviously underestimated by orders of magnitude. Sellafield cost have risen to more than double in the last decade.

The French have the lowest decommissioning costs by a fraction of Germany`s costs and also the UK. These costs are low balled to stop the nuclear industry companies from going bankrupt. The future of the costs will be borne by the tax payer and the real costs may be even higher that we have estimated now.

Dr Paul Dorfman breaks down the issues on this short but shocking video. The nuclear industry is aware of this situation but still remains silent. The word is getting out slowly to the legislator and the estimation of costs being interplayed with politics and finance are slowly being unraveled.

March 10, 2017 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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