Taipower's Offshore Nuclear Waste Processing Plan Blocked

March 2015
Nuclear Waste News;3/20/2015, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p8
The article report son the blocking of the Offshore Nuclear Waste Processing by electric utility firm Taiwan Power by the Lawmakers in Taiwan related to the reprocessing of wastes abroad. Topics discussed include the nuclear reprocessing contract bidding, views of economics minister John Deng on the nuclear waste disposal contract, shipment of the spent fuel rods overseas, and impact of fuel storage capacity depletion on power supply of the firm.


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