By Nigel Lawson (auth.), Paul Tempest (eds.)
Paul Tempest strength economics is, in nationwide coverage, an essential element of inter part the place govt, undefined, finance, learn and plenty of different pursuits meet. In Britain, it isn't a known occupation or educational self-discipline in its personal correct. maybe it truly is a part of our nationwide type and history that it by no means might be so compartmentalised. certainly, strength economics is an curiosity which can't simply be con strained inside of even nationwide boundanes: overseas strength mar kets impinge all over via exterior call for, provide and cost affecting profoundly each element of the economic climate. THE BRITISH INSTITUTE OF strength ECONOMICS over the past few years, an expanding want has been greatly perceived at no cost and open dialogue of the key strength and eco nomic problems with the day. effortless conversation and the joint imple mentation of technological growth look, world wide, the most secure path to resolving nationwide and overseas difficulties. Such co operation and interchange additionally carry into the sunshine nationwide and native political myopia, bureaucratic inertia, educational dogma and the dis tortions of a less than perfect marketplace system.
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The Authority therefore turned back to gas cooling, thus a second time confirming, in comparison with LWRs, their preference for this technology. So it was that the AEA came forward in July 1957 with a request to build a 33 MW Advanced Gas Cooled Reactor (AGR), a reactor they were later to refer to as the Mark II version of Magnox, but one whose technical features were seen in 1957 as requiring the construction of an experimental version to pave the way for commercial stations later. The AEA's request to build the AGR, squarely their own decision, was more or less routinely approved, construction started and the reactor came into operation in 1962.
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Energy Economics in Britain by Nigel Lawson (auth.), Paul Tempest (eds.)