Rebirth of Nuclear in the U.S

Tritch, Steve
January 2003
Nuclear Plant Journal;Jan/Feb2003, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p35
Trade Publication
Interviews Steve Tritch, president and chief executive officer of Westinghouse Electric Co., about prospects of nuclear power industry in the U.S. Strategy of Tritch for success of Westinghouse in the U.S.; Achievements of Tritch in nuclear industry; Plans for implementing information and communication technology in operations of Westinghouse.


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