Swedish power -- paradise, purgatory, inferno?

Tait, Benjamin
September 1999
Power Economics;Sep99, Vol. 3 Issue 7, p19
Offers a look at the energy industry in Sweden in 1999. Opening of the power markets in Sweden in 1996; Concerns about the future of the Swedish energy industry; Closure of a nuclear reactor Barseback 1; Availability and generation of Swedish reactors; Nord pool volumes and turnover; Swedish market share of top three generators.


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