Nuclear Power

Ahmad, Ishfaq
July 2001
Economic Review (05318955);Jul2001, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p30
Analyzes the advantages of developing nuclear power supply in Pakistan. Challenges meet by countries in increasing the demand of electricity without causing long-term environmental damage; Concept of susceptibility in energy sector; Safety and cost-effectiveness of nuclear plant.


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