Worldwide Nuclear Commerce: Good News and Bad News

Maize, Kennedy
April 2014
Power;Apr2014, Vol. 158 Issue 4, p57
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the advantage and disadvantage in the nuclear industry in U.S. Topics discussed include the global market for the American nuclear power, statement from Craig Piercy, Washington representative for the American Nuclear Society (ANS), regarding the International Atomic Energy Agency's estimation of nuclear capacity, and insight of Bob Evans of technical and management services company Enercon Services regarding the international growth for nuclear power.


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