Role of Nuclear Energy with Particular References to Western Europe
The role played by nuclear energy in meeting the electric energy requirements of a country or of a group of countries such as Western Europe is to be considered with reference to the overall energy situation. Western Europe consists mainly of countries that have achieved a high degree of industrialization basedprevailingly on conversion processes and therefore characterized by high energy consumption; on the other hand, the resources of primary energy sources are somewhat lacking, as in most of the European countries.
KeywordsGross Domestic Product Nuclear Energy Fuel Cycle Natural Uranium European Economic Community
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