Sir, Scottish Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie argues that Rosyth, although willing to accrue the alleged “economic benefit” of Westminster’s nuclear submarines, “shouldn’t be expected to tolerate the burden of a nuclear waste site on their doorstep”.
On the agenda today: Scotland's energy mix, how other countries deal with snow, Christians in Iraq, and our money supply.
Today's letters to The Courier focus on the need for spending cuts, pensioners and the Budget, wind turbines, hydro power, and the building industry.
Underground Coal Gasification can secure Longannet coal-fired power station’s future and help meet the United Kingdom’s energy needs, according to an industry leader.
A reactor at a nuclear power station has reopened after an upsurge in seaweed forced bosses to shut it down.
Torness nuclear power station will have its life extended by seven years, operator EDF Energy has announced.
Today's scribes give their opinion on monuments, bridges, incinerators, nuclear power, and a political leader's poor profile.
Cracks have been found in bricks around the core of a nuclear reactor at Hunterston B power station.
One of the reactors at Torness nuclear power station has been shut down due to a problem with a valve.
The letters week ends with discussion of Perth's architecture, the Gamesa plan for Dundee, religion and the census, nuclear power, and a controversial Fife wind farm plan.