Comeback king

Webb, Chris
April 2006
International Power Generation;Apr2006, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p29
Academic Journal
Focuses on the debate among lawmakers in Great Britain regarding the proposed nuclear power plant development. Factors that influence the British government to consider nuclear energy; Comparative electricity generating cost projections for 2010; Arguments of the opponents of the proposed nuclear power development.


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