Conference Identifies Nuclear Plant Challenges

April 2008
Supply House Times;Apr2008, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p42
Trade Publication
Information about the challenges affecting the resurrection of nuclear energy discussed at the DaratechPLANT 2008 Conference which was held in Houston, Texas in February 2008 is presented. Other major challenges identified were supply chain problems with vendors. However, attendees believed that new nuclear plants can be built despite the problems cited.


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