The Future of Nuclear Energy Post Fukushima

Hore-Lacy, Ian
October 2011
Energy & Environment;2011, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p945
Academic Journal
The article presents the author's insights on the future of nuclear energy after the Fukushima nuclear accident in Fukushima, Japan in March 2011. The author says that the demand for reliable electricity supply will double in two decades while demand for world energy will be just the same. He mentions that most governments have called for nuclear safety standards review after the accident. He adds that the public impact of the accident became greater than any previous due to social media use.


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