Clinton administration redefines `emissions-free.'

July 1998
Power;Jul/Aug98, Vol. 142 Issue 4, p8
Trade Publication
States that the beneficial role of nuclear power in reducing warming gases discharged into the atmosphere, was ignored in the White House's climate change proposal. Comments from the Nuclear Energy Institute (NEI) on the issue; Aim of President Bill Clinton's draft bill on electricity industry restructuring; Senator Frank Murkowski's criticism of Clinton's administration for not recognizing two large sources of emissions-free electricity.


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