Saudi Arabia’s Curious Nuclear Energy Play

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Energy, Money, News, Nuclear, Saudi Arabia

We’re spending our money to help them build nuclear energy plants?

Why?

Yes, I realize they’re a friend, but let’s not forget that Saudi Arabia is not a democracy and giving them nuclear energy, when they could be one of the biggest users of solar energy with as much sun as they get, doesn’t make really make a whole lot of sense in the current geo-political climate.

I’m puzzled.

How about you?


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