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Nuclear power - a dead loss

AuthorBunyard, Peter
Descriptionachtergrond
Date 1 November 1999
Page number412-416
MagazineEcologist, The, Dorset, UK
Year 29
No7
Number of pages 4
Tags: IMPORTANCE NUCLEAR IN TOTAL ENERGYPRODUCTION - interest in total production (by country; see otherwise GLOBAL IMPORTANCE OF NUCLEAR POWER).
CONTAMINATION - Radioactive contamination
CEGB - G-B: Central Electricity Generating Board
ECONOMY – GENERAL -
ENERGY POLICY, NUCLEAR - Nuclear Energy
FRANCE - France
UNITED KINGDOM - Great Britain and Northern Ireland
IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency Vienna
JAPAN - country in Asia
NUCLEAR ENERGY - very general
COSTS NUCLEAR ENERGY - Atomic energy costs
COST COMPARISON - in cash and / or for profit
BREEDER REACTORS - Sodium cooled, current model
MOX - Mixed oxide fuel, commonly referred to as MOX fuel, is nuclear fuel that contains more than one oxide of fissile material, usually consisting of plutonium blended with natural uranium, reprocessed uranium, or depleted uranium.
ACCIDENTS NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS -
GOVERNMENT - State Directors (see parliament to parliament)
SUBSIDIES FOR NUCLEAR POWER -
TOKAI-MURA - Uranium processing plant in Japan
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - United States
WEST VALLEY, NFS,USA - Nuclear Fuel Services, New York, USA

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