Nucleus of the problem

July 2009
Finweek;7/30/2009, p41
The article reports on the implication of the expected 2.5% annual increase in energy consumption in South Africa. It states that this expected increase in energy consumption, which is due to electricity shortages, would allow the nuclear power industry to have a positive future. The country's Department of Energy states that from the year 2010 nuclear power is predicted to play an important role in the power supply.


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