Sunday, 28 October 2012

Is closing one nuclear reactor beginning of decline for nuclear, it is not

A great read: is the closing of one nuclear reactor the beginning of the decline for nuclear, it is not: "Political pressures may force a few reactors to close in hostile territories such as New York and Vermont. So will a few plants such as Crystal River, which have suffered major damage. But when Wald compares reactors to “old coal plants now facing big capital expenses,” it turns out he means capital costs for major uprates, which doesn’t involve major expenses."

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