Nuclear electricity generation requires 100 years of commitment – MNPC


Just in time for my brain to be transferred to my liquid metal body, and hooked up to the organic calculating machine in the positronic Dyson sphere, equipted with Heisenberg compensators.

Dateline 2017-01-23, Borneo Post online:

Any introduction of nuclear energy for electricity generation will involve a commitment of at least a century from the government and all stakeholders, says the Malaysia Nuclear Power Corporation (MNPC).

Director Datuk Dr Dominic Lau Hoe Chai said this included the commitment to maintain a sustainable national infrastructure, right from planning, selection of suitable sites, construction, commissioning and operation of the nuclear power plants to decommissioning, as well as, waste disposal and management.

“This requires a sound basis of national decision making founded on objective studies and assessment of national capabilities and state preparedness, supported by public awareness, understanding and acceptance,” he told a seminar on “Public Understanding of Nuclear Energy” here today.

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