Nuclear Power's next generation plants accepted abroad, but approval slow here

Stein, Hank
October 1994
Electric Light & Power;Oct94, Vol. 72 Issue 10, p33
Trade Publication
Focuses on the construction of nuclear generation plants worldwide. Doubts regarding viability of nuclear power in the country; Construction nuclear power plants in several countries in Asia; Features of nuclear reactors being constructed by General Electric and Westinghouse Electric.


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