Squeaky clean

December 2001
New Scientist;12/15/2001, Vol. 172 Issue 2321, p3
Editorial. Comments on the energy policy of the government in Great Britain. Assessment of the cost of nuclear power; Effectiveness of the combination between renewable energy schemes and improved energy efficiency; Emphasis on complex, flexible system interconnecting small generators.


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