Retro nuclear is in up north

December 2009
Utility Week;12/4/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 23, p31
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The article reports that the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority in Scotland is considering preserving some aspects of the Dounreay nuclear complex in Caithness to commemorate Great Britain's experiments with fast breeder reactors. Protesters have successfully blockaded a biomass plant in Wales to highlight the need for clean energy. The article also announces the appointment of John Deavaney as chairman of transport company National Express.


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