The world nuclear industry status report 2010-2011 - Nuclear power in a post-Fukushima world

The world nuclear industry status report 2010-2011 - Nuclear power in a post-Fukushima world

This new report provides basic quantitative and qualitative facts about nuclear power plants in operation, under construction, and in planning phases throughout the world.It finds that nearly three-quarters of reactors under construction are located in China, India, Russia & S.Korea but none of these nations have historically been transparent about the status of their construction sites.

 

This new report provides basic quantitative and qualitative facts about nuclear power plants in operation, under construction, and in planning phases throughout the world. It assesses the economic performance of past and current nuclear projects and compares their development to that of leading renewable energy sources.

 

The report provides the reader with the basic quantitative and qualitative facts about nuclear power plants in operation, under construction, and in planning phases throughout the world. It assesses the economic performance of past and current nuclear projects and compares their development to that of leading renewable energy sources. An extensive annex provides a country-by-country analysis of nuclear programs around the world. (Draft Version)

http://www.worldwatch.org/system/files/NuclearStatusReport2011_prel.pdf

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