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- The waning nuclear power. West, Woody // Insight on the News;05/17/99, Vol. 15 Issue 18, p48
Focuses on the decline of the nuclear power industry in the United States. Number of nuclear power plants operating in the United States; Percentage of power supplied by the plants in the US and other nations; Factors contributing to the growth of the nuclear power industry in the 1970s.
- Bet on nuclear for the new century. Makansi, Jason // Power;Jan/Feb2000, Vol. 144 Issue 1, p4
Anticipates the return to nuclear power in the 21st century. State of the nuclear power industry in 1980; Accusations against nuclear power plants; Trends supporting the growing role of nuclear power.
- Table of Tables. // Global Nuclear Energy Report;Jan2011, Special section p6
The article lists tables on nuclear energy which include the status of commercial nuclear plants for January 2011, nuclear steam supply systems in the U.S. and Canada's nuclear industry structure.
- Section 8. Nuclear Energy. // Monthly Energy Review;Feb2000, p109
Presents data on nuclear energy operations in the United States (US) in November 1999. Number of operable nuclear generating units in the US; Average capacity factor of nuclear generating units; Percentage of the total electric utility-generated electricity supplied by nuclear power.
- Nuclear renaissance. // Professional Engineering;9/20/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 17, p33
The article focuses on the call to reinvigorate the nuclear industry in the government's energy review in Great Britain. The review emphasizes the contribution of nuclear power stations in meeting the country's energy policy goals. Also, the review suggested for the private sector to initiate,...
- Nuclear power nears its peak. Flavin, Christopher; Lenssen, Nicholas // World Watch;Jul/Aug99, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p36
Reports on the growth of the world nuclear power industry. Capacity of nuclear plants; Political debate on nuclear energy; Effect of accidents in nuclear plants; Nuclear energy policies around the world. INSET: Leading nuclear nations..
- Nuclear Power in Vietnam. Tran Huu Phat // Nuclear Plant Journal;Jan/Feb2009, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p41
The article focuses on the enforcement of long-term nuclear energy programme in Vietnam which opens several challenges and opportunities. According to the article, one of the challenges faced by the country is the enhancement of legal and technical infrastructure in order to meet the serious...
- World Nuclear Energy: How Competitive? Sporn, Philip // Columbia Journal of World Business;Sep/Oct69, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p71
There is a belief in many quarters that in the past five years a breakthrough has occurred in the application of atomic power and that it is today, if not quite completely, at least substantially competitive with conventional or fossil fuels in the United States and in the rest of the world. In...
- NUCLEAR FALLOUT�. // Personnel Today;6/5/2007, p2
The article informs that the union for scientists and engineers has warned that skills shortages could wreck the British government's nuclear-reliant energy policy. Two separate reports in 2006 have found that an overwhelming majority of companies in the nuclear industry were experiencing skills...