True competition can benefit the environment

Chambers, Ann
July 1996
Power Engineering;Jul96, Vol. 100 Issue 7, p10
Trade Publication
Focuses on the need for real competition in the electric utility industry with emphasis on the benefits to the environment. Accumulation of spent nuclear fuel and other waste products; Deployment of renewable power supply resources; Use of environmentally beneficial electrotechnologies.


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