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Peter Dutton calls for Australia to consider nuclear power

Opposition leader Peter Dutton has urged Anthony Albanese’s government to have an ‘honest discussion’ about nuclear energy as power bills continue to surge.

It comes as the government’s climate change proposal setting a carbon emissions cut target of 43 per cent on 2005 levels by 2030, and net zero emissions by 2050, passed the lower house on Thursday.

Labor also wants to increase the share of renewables in Australia’s National Electricity Market to 82 per cent, up from about a third today.

But Mr Albanese wants to achieve these aims by expanding solar, wind and hydro power without needing nuclear. 

Opposition Leader Peter Dutton (pictured) has made an urgent call for there to be an ‘honest discussion’ about implementing nuclear power

Despite being emissions free, nuclear power…

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