British businesses remain hungry for nuclear: http://www.world-nuclear-news.org/NP-British_businesses_remain_hungry_for_nuclear-2506124.html
"The appetite of UK business leaders for new nuclear generating
capacity has not diminished, despite the Fukushima accident, a poll
conducted by the Institute of Directors (IoD) of its members shows. The
IoD has published a report calling nuclear energy a "clean, cheap and
safe" way of generating electricity. In April 2012, shortly after
the first anniversary of the Fukushima accident in Japan, a survey of
1117 IoD members found that 84% were in favour of new nuclear in
Britain, down from 85% in a pre-Fukushima poll. The results suggest the
accident "has had little or no effect on business enthusiasm for new
nuclear," according to the IoD. The same survey found that, on
average, IoD members also thought that nuclear should account for around
30% of the UK’s electricity supply, a significant increase from its
current 20% share. The release of the poll results coincided with
the publication by the IoD of a report making the case for nuclear
energy as a "clean, cheap and safe way" to meet the UK's energy needs.
The Britain's Nuclear Future report is the second report in its
Infrastructure for Business series."..." "Clean, cheap and safe -
words not often linked with nuclear power, but more than a year after
the Fukushima disaster, they still accurately describe a vital energy
source, and one that the UK must embrace." Corin Taylor Institute of Directors"
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