Nuclear Renaissance Coverages On Life Extension and Upgrades

Swanekamp, Robert
December 2001
ENR: Engineering News-Record;12/3/2001, Vol. 247 Issue 23, p54
Trade Publication
Reports developments of the nuclear powerplants industry in the United States as of December 2001. Interests of companies to renew powerplant operations; Conditions and requirements for relicensing; Plan of nuclear operators to upgrade instrumentation and control systems.


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