TITLE

Point: Nuclear Power Plants are Safe, Clean, and Cost Effective

AUTHOR(S)
Pearson, John; Goodwin, Chuck
PUB. DATE
March 2016
SOURCE
Points of View: Nuclear Power;3/1/2016, p2
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents an argument in favor of nuclear power plants usage to generate additional energy. It discusses the increasing demand for energy across the world. It provides an overview of the accidents involving nuclear power plants particularly the serious accident in Chernobyl, Ukraine. It offers evidence on the safety and efficiency nuclear plants. It relates the possibility to use the waste of nuclear plants to create nuclear weapons. The advantages of nuclear power generation over other forms of power generation are emphasized.
ACCESSION #
12455689

 

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