NOT a solution to climate change - sign-ons to joint Statement on Small Modular Reactors still being accepted.
Ontario’s role as a leader in this new green energy industry cannot be achieved if we rely upon non-renewable energy derived hydrogen, such as that from nuclear power.
Public interest groups across Canada reject federal funding of small modular nuclear reactors. Media Release in advance of expected announcement tomorrow. And Backgrounder - Why SMRs are a dirty, dangerous distraction
CELA's Executive Director Theresa McClenaghan reflects on CELA's 50th anniversary year, and outlines CELA's priorities for 2021.
This letter, jointly signed by 28 civil society organizations, urges the federal government to focus its hydrogen strategy on renewable hydrogen, instead of fossil fuel or nuclear-derived hydrogen. We urge the Minister of Natural Resources to focus instead on building a hydrogen strategy that is truly sustainable and builds on Canada’s renewable energy advantages.
By Theresa McClenaghan, Kerrie Blaise (CELA) and Guest Author Chris Rouse (New Clear Free Solutions) The idea of Small Modular Reactors (“SMRs”) was in the news this week with the federal government being urged to provide even more research money…