Archive for October, 2015

October Newsletter No205

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Annual report for the year 2014-2015

Small could be big for Britain

The next big thing for the uk’s nuclear energy industry and its suppliers could well be small – small modular reactors (smrs) to be precise. That was the message from the speakers who addressed sone’s annual general meeting at the institution of civil engineers in london on october 26th.

Because the speakers and I (in the secretary’s report) covered similar ground in some respects this newsletter deals with the issues which were ...

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2015 Nuclear Issues Vol 38 No 9 October

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The Vital Spark

Athough it was published in July 2013 the Third Harwell Paper with the subtitle “Innovating clean and affordable energy for all” is relevant today. It is based on the work international group of energy ‘experts ‘ (from Japan (4), Brazil (2), England, (3), Sweden (2), Canada (3), USA (3), Germany.)

Perhaps, most importantly, given present misguided attempts to reduce energy consumption they recognise the need for energy. We view the lack of universal access to a quantity and quality ...

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