US nuclear plants continue to improve

Bretz, Elizabeth A.
September 1997
Electrical World;Sep97, Vol. 211 Issue 9, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the performance of United States nuclear powerplants, citing statistics released by Utility Data Institute. Industry-wide decline in production costs in 1996; Top performing plants for 1997.


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