This EPRG paper examines nuclear energy policy across three states in the United States (US) – Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Texas – from 1990- 2010
Étiqueté : nuclear energy
The book presents the results of a Brookings research effort examining the implications of a dramatic increase in global nuclear power capacity on the nuclear nonproliferation regime and the role of the commercial nuclear industry in strengthening it
This article reviews the historical record of reactor orders and construction costs in the United States, highlighting some of the insights from the cancellations and cost overruns that have characterized the industry.
A Special issue of “Energy Economics”, ed. by William Nordhaus and Nebojsa Nakicenovic
The world nuclear industry status report 2010–2011, WorldWatch Institute
“A central goal of sustainable development is to maintain or increase the overall assets (natural, man-made, human and social) available to future generations while minimizing depletion of finite resources and without exceeding the carrying capacities of ecosystems…”
… Net Energy Balance and Density Considerations. This paper complements previous work on the economics of different energy resources by examining the growth potential of alternative electricity supply infrastructures as constrained by innate physical limits…