- Economically; because it destroys more prosperity than what it ever generates.
- Ecologically; because it consumes more resources and destroys more habitat than other power sources while altering regional climate.
- Energetically; because it cannot provide useful electrical power essential for modern society.
- Aesthetically; because it industrialises natural and rural landscapes.
In summary; because it doesn’t do what it promises and does much more real damage than the alleged damage of conventional electrical power generation.