From the Herald-Sun (Australia):
VICTORIA will have its first nuclear power station in 20 years, the head of the Federal Government's nuclear taskforce has predicted.
Dr Ziggy Switkowski said eight nuclear power stations would be built in the state by the middle of the century.
But Dr Switkowski said he believed a framework for carbon emissions trading would come first from the debate over climate change.
"I think the decision to go nuclear can be made in the next few years and then you add 15 before you see the first reactors," he said yesterday.