Nuclear Isn't Cheap

Holtz, Susan
July 2004
Alternatives Journal (AJ) - Canada's Environmental Voice;Summer2004, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p5
Academic Journal
Reports on the use of nuclear power as a means to provide cheaper electricity. Contradiction towards the belief of nuclear power as free electricity; Question of the advisability of using nuclear power; Consideration of hydrogen as better means to provide electricity.


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