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April 17, 2024
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The Pitfalls of Nuclear Energy Planning with Different Models
EPRI Report Shows Disparate Results for EPA, EIA and NREL Models
With no policy changes, cost reductions will be the key driver for nuclear growth in the U.S., with the South leading the way.
With no policy changes, cost reductions will be the key driver for nuclear growth in the U.S., with the South leading the way. | EPRI
By 2050 the U.S. could have anywhere from 2 to 329 GW of nuclear power in its generation mix, according to a report from the Electric Power Research Institute.
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