Nuclear renaissance

Dunn, Jamey
July 2010
Illinois Issues;Jul/Aug2010, Vol. 36 Issue 7/8, p26
The article focuses on the plan to lift the moratorium on the construction of the new nuclear reactors in Illinois. The construction of the new nuclear reactors intends to provide a source of electricity. However, the disposal of the nuclear waste is one of the barriers considered in the lifting of the moratorium.


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