Monday, June 23, 2008

Nuclear energy

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said Malaysia might consider switching to nuclear energy generation to meet its long-term energy demand amid surging global oil prices.

How much will it cost? Few billion ringgit, I suppose.

If everything is OK, who will get the contract? The same pool of Government's 'sweethearts'?

Anyway, will it help reduce electricity tariff?

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

our bakun is still having problems. tanjung bin too. how much losses has we incured? why should we invest in nuclear-generated power plant if its going to eat out our pocket? find other ways i.e building more hydro stations to meet our energy demand.

senior guy, TNB

Anonymous said...

Give all nuclear engergy contracts to UMNO members, I say. Only UMNO members to be allowed to work on site once construction (all by Chinaman, of course) is completed. The location must be such that all upwind and down areas must be occupied by UMNO members and supporters with a sprinkling of MCA and MIC, etc people.

Then I will sleep happy knowing that UMNOputeras are looking after it.