March 2005
Utility Week;3/25/2005, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p15
Trade Publication
Reports on the state of privately financed nuclear power stations in Great Britain as of March 25, 2005. Views of Ineos Chlor CEO Tom Crotty on the impact of nuclear stations on the country's reliance on imported gas; Significance of private finance to the construction of nuclear plants.


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