Grid lock

Lal, Hamish
September 2010
Lawyer;9/13/2010, Vol. 24 Issue 35, p28
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the significant role of private sector to develop a new nuclear power stations for the reduction of carbon emissions in Great Britain. It mentions the obstacles of private sector to develop the nuclear power as regulatory issues in the Government still need to be overcome. Also mentioned is the planning issues of the plan to determine the generic design assessment process, which deals the licenses for reactor designs.


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