Still a future for the US nuclear industry

April 1998
International Power Generation;Apr98, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p6
Academic Journal
Provides information on a report on nuclear energy and electricity policy by the Nuclear Energy Institute in the United States. Production costs at nuclear plants in the United States; Benefits of nuclear energy; Budget allocated for the research and development on advanced nuclear technology.


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