Nuclear Power: Ireland's fastest, cheapest,
guaranteed route to net zero
Adding 18% nuclear would eliminate fossil fuel from Ireland's electricity, enabling us to meet our climate objectives.
There is no credible plan in Ireland to get to net zero by 2050.
Despite significant investment around the world in renewable technology the % of electricity production today from fossil fuels is the same as it was 20 years ago.
In May 2019, the Irish Parliament declared a Climate Emergency.
| Our Aim
Get a government funded study to assess the viability of all low carbon electricity generating options in Ireland to achieve climate targets.
Remove the legislation that currently prohibits nuclear power development in Ireland.
A Citizens Assembly to consider using nuclear energy in Ireland.
| Latest News
18for0’s [Our] report outlines how nuclear power production in Ireland could support the transition to a low carbon future, producing reliable and affordable clean electricity from 2032. This is on a similar timescale to other clean energy technologies being considered by Government, although nuclear is a more certain than some.