Commentary abstract


Nature Materials 5, 161 - 164 (2006)
doi:10.1038/nmat1604

Resolving the energy crisis: nuclear or photovoltaics?

K. W. J. Barnham1, M. Mazzer1 and B. Clive2

  1. Physics Department, Imperial College London, London SW7 2BW, UK.
  2. Optical Products Ltd, 74–75 Brunner Road, London E17 7NW, UK.

Correspondence to: K. W. J. Barnham1 e-mail: k.barnham@imperial.ac.uk


The discussion on future sources of energy is heating up, particularly regarding the roles of nuclear and renewable resources. Using photovoltaics alone, we show that, despite claims to the contrary, renewable resources are capable of replacing the contribution from nuclear energy.

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