Australian news, and some related international items

Be wary on Silex nuclear company’s solar credentials

I see Silex in the news, below, as a contender for building Victoria’s solar plant. I don’t know if they are connected to TRUenergy. Silex makes the controversial, rather dangerous laser technology for uranium enrichment.

Australian uranium enrichment group Silex Systems’ subsidiary, SilexSolar, spotted the bargain and managed to purchase the plant from BP Solar in 2009

RBS Morgans analyst Scott Power says solar accounts for less than 10 per cent of the firm’s Silex valuation. – Christina Macpherson 22 Sept 10

September 22, 2010 - Posted by | Christina reviews, energy, politics, solar, uranium, Victoria | , , , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. As a purchaser of Silex Solar panels I can assure you that they are committed to clean energy via solar and the expertise that Silex solar gained in personel from BP solar is world class. They need support to build a strong Australian solar manufacturing industry to compete against imports. Did you know that the UNSW educated the owner of the largest pv solar company in the world( suntech) why is that not an Australian company leading the world in solar production. Expertise heading os again. Give Silex a fair go


    Comment by Damian | June 12, 2011 | Reply

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