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Top End uranium miner pushes nuclear power into Australia's future energy mix as supply debate continues

Thursday 13th of April 2017 09:51:34 AM



A Northern Territory uranium miner has called for rational thinking regarding the country's future energy supply, suggesting nuclear power be seriously considered.



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Top End uranium miner pushes nuclear power into Australia's future energy mix as supply debate continues

Thursday 13th of April 2017 09:51:34 AM

A Northern Territory uranium miner has called for rational thinking regarding the country's future energy supply, suggesting nuclear power be seriously considered. Read Full Story Here


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