Al Gore nuclear power

Gore said that, under his 10-year plan, U.S. nuclear energy output would continue at current levels (19.4% in 2007) . "Of course the greatest obstacle to meeting the challenge of 100 percent renewable electricity in 10 years may be the deep dysfunction of our politics and our self-governing system as it exists today," he added.<br>
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Gore said that, under his 10-year plan, U.S. nuclear energy output would continue at current levels (19.4% in 2007) . "Of course the greatest obstacle to meeting the challenge of 100 percent renewable electricity in 10 years may be the deep dysfunction of our politics and our self-governing system as it exists today," he added.

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