Doc-TV: 4th generation nuclear power is something completely different (Broadcast 21:00) – Document

Doc-TV: 4th generation nuclear power is something completely different (Broadcast 21:00) – Document

Hogne Hongset, like many others, was skeptical of nuclear power. The memories of Chernobyl and Fukushima confirmed the lesson from Hiroshima: Nuclear power is not like other power.

In fact, the first nuclear power plants were built to produce waste that could be used to make nuclear bombs.

The rest of the waste had to be deposited for 60,000 years in earthquake-proof mountains.

But with 4th generation nuclear power plants it is something completely different: These cannot explode or melt down. In addition, they are scalable, i.e. they can be built in a size adapted to the need.

Most interestingly, the storage period is only three years for most of the waste and a more manageable 300 years for the remainder.

There is already one such power plant in China. We hear that Bill Gates wants to build one.

Norway could become a leader in an important energy source, if it finds the political will. Then Norwegian nature will not be destroyed by wind turbines that no one wants.

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