Investing into third generation nuclear power plants - Review of recent trends and analysis of future investments using Monte Carlo Simulation

@article{Wealer2021InvestingIT,
  title={Investing into third generation nuclear power plants - Review of recent trends and analysis of future investments using Monte Carlo Simulation},
  author={B. Wealer and Simon Bauer and Christian R. von Hirschhausen and Claudia Kemfert and Leonard G{\"o}ke},
  journal={Renewable \& Sustainable Energy Reviews},
  year={2021},
  volume={143},
  pages={110836}
}
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