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US needs new approach to advanced reactor demonstration, report says

21 mei 2019

The US Department of Energy should learn from the legacy of the NASA commercial orbital transportation services programme to return the USA to a leadership role in nuclear energy, the Nuclear Innovation Alliance says in a report issued today.

Bron: World Nuclear News
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