• Question: if there is more than 400 nuclear power stations across the globe, generating 17% of the worlds electricity where does the rest of the electricity go to?

    Asked by pandabear to Arttu, Ceri, James_M on 23 Jun 2011.
    • Photo: Ceri Brenner

      Ceri Brenner answered on 23 Jun 2011:

      I think this stat means to say that only 17% of the world’s electricity is produced using all of those nuclear power stations and the remainder of the electricity is produced using conventional, fossil fuel power stations. I don’t think it’s a stat about where the electricity is going.