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Nuclear renaissance or premature try?; Renacimiento nuclearo o aborto prematuro? Los multiples interrogantes de la opcion nuclear presagian su incierto futuro

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Abstract

After the economic failure of the 70's and not having been able to solve for decades its multiple problems, the nuclear industry was suffering a slow but inescapable agony. However, the need to reduce CO{sub 2} emissions and the likely arrival of the worldwide peak of oil production have infused new life to the nuclear option, and it has again become one of the main topics of discussion in the worldwide energy debate. But in this debate we tend to forget that the causes of the abrupt end of the first nuclear era have not disappeared, and that for this reason it may well be that we are lead to a repetition of the events that induced its first demise. The much talked nuclear renaissance is thus likely to end up as a premature miscarriage. (Author)
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Publication Date:
Jul 01, 2008
Product Type:
Journal Article
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Economia Industrial; Journal Volume: 369
Subject:
29 ENERGY PLANNING, POLICY AND ECONOMY; NUCLEAR ENERGY; NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS; ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY; ENERGY POLICY; ECONOMIC ANALYSIS; NUCLEAR INDUSTRY; NUCLEAR ENGINEERING; GAS ANALYSIS; GASES
OSTI ID:
21177979
Country of Origin:
Spain
Language:
Spanish
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 0422-2784; EIDLAE; TRN: ES09B0327
Availability:
Available www.mityc.es
Submitting Site:
SPN
Size:
page(s) 147-160
Announcement Date:
Jun 26, 2009

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Coderch, M. Nuclear renaissance or premature try?; Renacimiento nuclearo o aborto prematuro? Los multiples interrogantes de la opcion nuclear presagian su incierto futuro. Spain: N. p., 2008. Web.
Coderch, M. Nuclear renaissance or premature try?; Renacimiento nuclearo o aborto prematuro? Los multiples interrogantes de la opcion nuclear presagian su incierto futuro. Spain.
Coderch, M. 2008. "Nuclear renaissance or premature try?; Renacimiento nuclearo o aborto prematuro? Los multiples interrogantes de la opcion nuclear presagian su incierto futuro." Spain.
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title = {Nuclear renaissance or premature try?; Renacimiento nuclearo o aborto prematuro? Los multiples interrogantes de la opcion nuclear presagian su incierto futuro}
author = {Coderch, M}
abstractNote = {After the economic failure of the 70's and not having been able to solve for decades its multiple problems, the nuclear industry was suffering a slow but inescapable agony. However, the need to reduce CO{sub 2} emissions and the likely arrival of the worldwide peak of oil production have infused new life to the nuclear option, and it has again become one of the main topics of discussion in the worldwide energy debate. But in this debate we tend to forget that the causes of the abrupt end of the first nuclear era have not disappeared, and that for this reason it may well be that we are lead to a repetition of the events that induced its first demise. The much talked nuclear renaissance is thus likely to end up as a premature miscarriage. (Author)}
journal = {Economia Industrial}
volume = {369}
place = {Spain}
year = {2008}
month = {Jul}
}