Parliament Forum Brings Fresh Perspectives on Nuclear Power to Australian Politicians

The centre-right Liberal-National Coalition is taking a further step in its push for a nuclear future for Australia as many leading engineers gather in Canberra to discuss nuclear technology with politicians in a two-day forum. 
National MP David Gillespie, who is also the chair of the Parliamentary Friends of the Nuclear Industry, held a forum at Parliament House on Nov. 24 and Nov. 25 to present the case of nuclear power as a solution for Australia to ensure energy security while embarking on net-zero emissions by 2050. 
Speaking to Sky News, the MP said the forum gave engineers a voice as they explained different aspects of nuclear power, including small nuclear reactors, to the press, politicians, and other important players in the energy market. …

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