Labour's nuclear dilemma
- ATOMIC POWER. // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Jun1960, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p224
The article reports developments related to nuclear energy industry in the U.S. Results of a study of the economic advantages of nuclear power reactors at various remote military sites were released by the Atomic Energy Commission on April 4, 1960. At four of the sites studied, nuclear power...
- THE UNCERTAIN FUTURE OF THE IGNALINA NUCLEAR POWER PLANT: LITHUANIA'S OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE TREATY OF ACCESSION TO THE EU. Van Elsuwege, Peter // Teise / Law;2008, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p155
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- Implementation of the KNGR Class Library Based on the GPM and Semantic Networks for Co-design. Kwangjong Cho; Chancook Park // Computer-Aided Design & Applications;2005, Vol. 2 Issue 1-4, p165
With the competition between companies becomes fiercer, it is necessary that several designers who are usually geometrically distributed, need cooperative work in design for an efficient design. In particular, a nuclear power plant is so complex, and these co-design environments were positively...
- Joining the nuclear club. Williams, Perry // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;8/10/2007, Vol. 51 Issue 32, p32
The article reports that governments throughout the Middle East are looking at atomic power as a possible solution to soaring energy demand in the region. The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states announced in November 2006 that they would conduct a study into nuclear energy. The...
- BE raises nuclear power output. // Power Economics;8/31/2004, Vol. 8 Issue 7, p3
Reports on British Energy's announcement that the output from its nuclear plants rose to 5.14 terrawatt hours in July 2003, up from the past year's level due to the improvement in the load factor of the units.
- Resolution of the Security Council of the Republic of Belarus. // Nuclear Law Bulletin;2008, Issue 82, p167
The article presents the text of the resolution of the Security Council of the Republic of Belarus on the development of nuclear power generation, dated January 31, 2008. The council resolved to implement construction of a nuclear power plant with a total electrical power rating of 2,000...
- The Impact of Nuclear Risks in Shaping the Soviet Modernity and Governance: the Cases of Nuclear Power Plants in Chernobyl and Ignalina. Balockaite, Rasa; Rinkevicius, Leonardas // Social Sciences (1392-0758);2005, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p7
Modern governments are conceived as to draw their legitimacy based on universal rational knowledge and the concept of controllable and calculable risks as a tool for ensuring progress and welfare of society. The multiple risks and uncertainties of modernisation that the governments were...
- A nuclear kingpin. // Design News;2/13/89, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p71
Discusses the commitment of France to its nuclear energy program. Construction of a number of nuclear plants in selected sites around the country; Goal for electric power production; Percentage of capacity for export.
- 20 years ago. // Modern Power Systems;Feb2006, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p9
The article provides information on the development of several power plants. France and China has been constructing the nuclear plant at Daya Bay in southern China, after their seven years of negotiations agreement. The Kraftwerk Union has been attempting to secure the order for a nuclear plant...