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  1. 'Nuclear power' by Walt Patterson FEI - book download

    'Nuclear power' by Walt Patterson FEI - book download

    Walt Patterson is associate fellow in the Energy, Environment and Development Programme at Chatham House, London, and visiting fellow in the Sussex Energy Group, University of Sussex.

    His website archive Walt Patterson On Energy, www.waltpatterson.org, offers free downloads of 40 years of his work, including five complete books. The 1986 edition of his Penguin book Nuclear Power, which is downloaded more than 2000 times a month, is now also available in Spanish at http://waltpatterson.org/nppenguin.htm
  2. A low carbon nuclear future: Economic assessment of nuclear materials and spent nuclear fuel management in the UK

    A low carbon nuclear future report

    The Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment at Oxford University published this new study into the future of nuclear in the UK in March 2011, led by former government Chief Scientific Adviser Sir David King.

    The study is an economic assessment of nuclear materials and spent nuclear fuel management which examines four possible scenarios involving the use of existing and new facilities at Sellafield, and assesses them according to their likely cost, risk and potential financial return for the UK taxpayer.
  3. Chief Nuclear Inspector's report on lessons from Fukushima

    Chief Nuclear Inspector's report on lessons from Fukushima

    The final October 2011 report by Mike Weightman, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Nuclear Installations and Executive Head of the Office for Nuclear Regulation, on lessons learned from Fukushima Dai-ichi. The report points to Government, industry and regulators to review 38 areas where lessons can be learned in the UK from the nuclear crisis in Japan.
  4. DECC Nuclear Section

    DECC Nuclear Section

    The Department of Energy & Climate Change (DECC) website section on nuclear, including news, key facts and tables showing past and present nuclear reactors.
  5. Decommissioning nuclear plants: experiences in Germany

    Decommissioning nuclear plants: experiences in Germany

    Free article available on the Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) website. Starting with a description of decommissioning projects in Germany, this paper then describes various decommissioning concepts and gives an overview of the management of materials and waste. The conclusion considers future developments in the area of nuclear power plant decommissioning in general. Published in 'Proceedings of the ICE - Energy', August 2008.
  6. Engineering the Future report on lessons learned from nuclear construction about nuclear safety culture

    Engineering the Future report on lessons learned from nuclear construction about nuclear safety culture

    A February 2012 report by Engineering the Future, who have published a series of best practice guides for the nuclear new build supply chain and related industries. These guides aim to help industry successfully deliver a new fleet of nuclear power stations by providing accessible information about best practice behaviours to all those involved.
  7. European Centre for Energy and Resource Security (EUCERS) newsletter

    European Centre for Energy and Resource Security (EUCERS) newsletter

    This April 2011 EUCERS newsletter focuses on the 'Nuclear Conundrum'. EUCERS Director, Prof. Friedbert Pflueger and Volker Beckers, Group Chief Executive at RWE npower, discuss whether or not the world should rely on nuclear power.
  8. European laws

    EUR-lex

    EUR-Lex provides direct free access to European Union law. Here you can consult the Official Journal of the European Union as well as the treaties, legislation, case-law and legislative proposals.
  9. Fukushima: What happened when?

    Fukushima: What happened when?

    Published in April 2011 by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers' Safety and Reliability Group (SRG), this report compiles a detailed timeline and analysis of the events that have taken place at the plant since the minute the earthquake struck.
  10. Google map of UK nuclear power stations

    Google map of UK nuclear power stations

    Google map developed by the Energy Institute showing UK nuclear power stations and their expected decommissioning dates
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