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The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2018

  title={The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2018},
  author={M. Schneider and A. Froggatt and Julie Hazemann and Tadahiro Katsuta and A. Stirling and Ben Wealer and P. Johnstone and M. V. Ramana and Agn{\`e}s Stienne},
Paris, London, 4 September 2018. Nuclear power plants added a total of 7-gigawatt (GW) capacity to the world’s electricity grids in 2017 and the first half of 2018, a tiny fraction of the total from all sources, which is estimated at some 257 GW (net) in 2017, including 157 GW of renewable capacity (the largest increase ever). Over that 18-month period, six reactors started up in China, two in Russia and one in Pakistan. For the third year in a row, excluding China, global nuclear power… Expand
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