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January 2011
Global Nuclear Energy Report;2011, p11
Market Research Report
The article offers an overview on the application of nuclear energy in the world. It mentions its significant use in power generation as well as in ship propulsion and medical treatments. It notes the contribution of its power to electricity supply which varies greatly among countries with nuclear resources. It also points out that power plants with the said resources are operated by various utilities.


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