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In 2018, the European Commission commissioned a Technical Expert Group (TEG) to compile a Taxonomy for sustainable investments. It is a technology neutral list of activities that can be, given certain adherence to environmental legislation and regulations, considered sustainable. Basically, it would be a go-to place for investors, funds, banks and others to easily check … Continue reading Nuclear and the EU Taxonomy of Sustainable Investments
Rauli wrote another article for Energy Reporters, bringing some perspectives on how we calculate energy investments costs and how that relates to how we value clean energy production infrastructure in the long term. The fact is, we don't. And that is a big problem for us all. "Everyone “knows” that nuclear is expensive. We also … Continue reading Nuclear Cost for Dummies, and Future Generations
Rauli wrote a blog post for 4th generation, doing the math on how much nuclear we need by 2050 to keep some reigns on climate change. Here is a snippet: By 2050, we need ten times more nuclear capacity than we have now. And that is just a good start, a bare minimum. Sounds ridiculous? … Continue reading How Much Nuclear is Enough?
Think Atom perustaja, VTT:n erikoistutkija Ville Tulkki YLEllä keskustelemassa ydinvoiman tarpeellisuudesta ilmastonmuutoksen hillinnässä, yhdessä professori Jero Aholan kanssa. Laadukas, tuloshakuinen keskustelu! https://yle.fi/uutiset/3-10383665 Our co-founder and VTT reseracher Ville Tulkki (PhD), attended a splendid discussion on Nuclear energy's role in mitigating climate change (video and text in Finnish)
Rauli wrote an article on Energy Reporters, published on 30th August 2018. Find it here: https://www.energy-reporters.com/opinion/the-most-dangerous-nuclear-power-plant/
Rauli wrote a piece for the Energy Reporters, 8.8.2018. Find it here: https://www.energy-reporters.com/opinion/nuclear-energy-and-the-melting-of-arctic-ice/