Europeans could help UK nuclear revival

Wood, Janet
June 2005
Utility Week;6/24/2005, Vol. 23 Issue 21, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the advantages of establishing nuclear power plants in Great Britain according to Kevin Akhurst, managing director of generation and renewables of RWE Npower. Implications of the development of the European pressurised water reactor for the possible implementation of Great Britain's nuclear technology licensing agreements; Role of the government in managing decommissioning of nuclear technology.


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