TITLE

Nuclear Energy in the Energy Expansion of Turkey

AUTHOR(S)
Tugru, A. B.
PUB. DATE
October 2011
SOURCE
Journal of Energy & Power Engineering;Oct2011, Vol. 5 Issue 10, p905
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Dependency of the human on the energy is ever-increasing today and the energy policies are reaching undeniable and un-ignorable dimensions steering the political events as well. Therefore, access to the energy and/or energy resources is becoming the highest priority for the countries. In this study, the criteria that have to be kept in view while creating the energy policies are explained first of all. Then the geopolitics, redundancy and diversity are described as the strategic criteria and furthermore, the availability, energy resources geography, and the technological, economical and environmental criteria are examined as the operative criteria and thereafter the issues such as installation period, utilization period, reliability, repair-maintenance and public validation are handled as the tactical criteria. The nuclear power plants are examined and evaluated according to the criteria set forth above while creating the energy policies. Under the light of this evaluation, the situation is examined and explicated in terms of the energy expansion of Turkey. Thus the place of the nuclear energy in the energy expansion of Turkey is clarified and emphasized.
ACCESSION #
84417950

 

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