Adder: Nuclear Europe Worldscan, August 2001

City: Bern, CH
Date: 1 August 2001
titleauthor
ArgentinaLen Green
World nuclear power status in 2000 - the IAEA fuguresIAEA
ArmeniaLen Green; Aram Gevorgyan
BelgiumLen Green; Marcel Gaube
BrazilLen Green
BulgariaLen Green
CanadaLen Green; Ammara Khan
ChinaLen Green; Tang Zongyu
Czech RepublicLen Green; Jiri Beranek
FinlandLen Green; Petra Lundström
FranceLen Green
GermanyGeman Atomic Forum
HungaryIstván Vidovsky
Japan
IndiaAnil Kumar
KoreaKuk-Jin Bang
LithuaniaDonaldas Jasulaitis
Mexico
Netherlands
PakistanMuhammad Ijaz
RomaniaMircea Metes
RussiaSergie Ermakov
SlovakiaMojmir Seliga
SloveniaAndrej Stritar
South AfricaAndré P. Vermaak
SpainPiluca Núñez
ZwedenBengt Å. Anderson
SwitzerlandMartin Egger
TaiwanEvelyn Y.J. Chen
UkraineOleksa Breus
United KingdomMartin Garside
United StatesWalter Hill
Uranium production in 2000Steve Kidd
World uranium production (tU)World Nuclear Association
Nukem in Chinese deal
Major milestone for BNFL
France and US sign generation IV agreement
Japan: Tepco considers new MOX loading plan
Excelon forges ahead with US license renewals
Incereasing European networking around High temperature ReactorsJoël Guidez
Modernization of VVERs: Lessons learned by western partnersFranz Hilbert
Nuclear safety in Slovenia - the world's smallest nuclear stateMarko Cepin

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