Welcome, Guest: Join Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 2,866,554 members, 6,879,161 topics. Date: Tuesday, 24 May 2022 at 08:30 PM

Nigeria To Build Nuclear Power Plants, Is It Necessary? - Technology Market - Nairaland

Nairaland Forum / Science/Technology / Technology Market / Nigeria To Build Nuclear Power Plants, Is It Necessary? (123 Views)

Export Goods From Nigeria To more than 250 countries|5-8days business days / Amgray Logistics Reviews - Ship From USA To Nigeria - Ship From Nigeria To USA / Nigeria Seeks Russia,s Assistance As Its Set To Build Nuclear Warheads (2) (3) (4)

(1) (Reply) (Go Down)

Nigeria To Build Nuclear Power Plants, Is It Necessary? by kingsmecca(m): 11:26pm On Jul 27, 2021
Setting up two nuclear plants in Nigeria for power generation regardless of its redundancy is a No No for me, in the case of accident due to loss of process containment the fatality is enormous and it takes so many years to recover the impacted areas.

Please we have other source of energy (renewables) that are even cost effective when compared to nuclear plant which we can use for power generation that are not catastrophic in nature just in case there's an equipment failure...other countries are decommissioning their power plants while Nigeria is planning of commissioning.

Therefore, please it's pertinent we put the safety of our communities and environment first, so far this nuclear power plants can be substituted with gas plants, hydro plants, Solar and wind energies.

1 Like

Re: Nigeria To Build Nuclear Power Plants, Is It Necessary? by Ammishaddai: 11:33pm On Jul 27, 2021
I can see you're one of those backward clowns that are hell-bent on keeping Nigeria in darkness by relying on NEPA and hydro-electricity

2 Likes

Re: Nigeria To Build Nuclear Power Plants, Is It Necessary? by kingsmecca(m): 11:44pm On Jul 27, 2021
Ammishaddai:
I can see you're one of backward clowns that are hell-bent on keeping Nigeria in darkness by relying on NEPA and hydro-electricity
The World is talking about Renewables, are you done utilizing them?

1 Like

Re: Nigeria To Build Nuclear Power Plants, Is It Necessary? by Ppogbae: 11:44pm On Jul 27, 2021
Anytime this country embarks on something remotely ambitious and positive, it is always met with heavy criticism and disdain.

Nigerians love being poor grin

1 Like

Re: Nigeria To Build Nuclear Power Plants, Is It Necessary? by Ppogbae: 11:46pm On Jul 27, 2021
kingsmecca:
The World is talking about Renewables, are you done utilizing them?

Most 1st world nations utilize nuclear energy and have very little plans to stop doing so. If we are to ever improve this economy and provide optimal electricity for massively growing population then nuclear is the way

1 Like

Re: Nigeria To Build Nuclear Power Plants, Is It Necessary? by Babalegba(m): 11:59pm On Jul 27, 2021
No need to worry, Nigeria hasn't got the science chops to build an oil refinery so they cannotbuild a nuclear plant in the foreseeable future. It's all talk
Re: Nigeria To Build Nuclear Power Plants, Is It Necessary? by Number1benue: 12:02am On Jul 28, 2021
We ain't building shit anytime soon....
Have to finish paying bandits first

1 Like

Re: Nigeria To Build Nuclear Power Plants, Is It Necessary? by Ammishaddai: 12:16am On Jul 28, 2021
kingsmecca:
The World is talking about Renewables, are you done utilizing them?
You're thinking through your anus
Re: Nigeria To Build Nuclear Power Plants, Is It Necessary? by Nukilia: 12:25am On Jul 28, 2021
Let the construction of the powerplant begin... Hopefully the ruskies would supply the VVER 1100 model. This is a right step in the right direction for a nation that needs to be the industrial hub of Africa.

Let the renewable guys work towards supplying solar systems to homes of rural dwellers

1 Like

(1) (Reply)

Iphone 7 128gb Iphone 7plus 128gb Series 5 40mm Gps / 5o% Off,bring It Let Sale,all Clearance. / Brand New Iphone Xr Worldwide Unlock 64gb

(Go Up)

Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket

Links: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10)

Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2022 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 42
Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.