By G. Bruce Doern, Arslan Dorman, Robert W. Morrison
What affects have replaced Canadian nuclear coverage over the last 20 years? what is going to be the long run problems with selection and alter? concentrating on the government, yet with distinct awareness given to key adjustments in Ontario - Canada's major nuclear province - the analytical middle of this e-book identifies 5 key nuclear strength offerings and demanding situations that face the government and different Canadian coverage makers: who's chargeable for nuclear R&D and waste administration? What versions of law will govern nuclear energy's destiny? What are Canada's clients for, and commitments surrounding, the selling of CANDU reactors out of the country? Is a renewed Federal-Ontario nuclear partnership most likely? Can there be stated to be a transforming into belief point among the Canadian public and the associations that govern nuclear power in Canada, and in a foreign country?
Linking alterations in Canada with broader comparative swap within the usa, uk and Germany, besides nations equivalent to South Korea and China, that have bought CANDU reactors from Canada, the author's finish that Canada's nuclear destiny is one in all precarious chance and federal nuclear coverage needs to discover ways to come to phrases with a wider diversity of matters and actors than ever before.
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AECL is affected negatively by these choices in respect of any domestic CANDU reactor sales (which seem highly unlikely in this decade), but also positively, because new opportunities for commercial service and refurbishment work will emerge as OPG tries to get its nuclear plants into competitive shape, and to penetrate the neighbouring American market. A strong case can be made that whatever nuclear energy scenario is projected for the next twenty to thirty years, a new federal-Ontario partnership is badly needed (Osborne, 1999).
Second, the five policy questions we considered in this chapter suggest a complex interplay of changed ideas, institutions, and interests. They also suggest different entry points for considering the opportunities confronting the nuclear industry and nuclear policy makers. Each of the questions necessarily yields highly conditional answers and commentary. The observations in this chapter represent our views and interpretations of some of the key points our authors raise in the next eight chapters.
London. Wilson, Robert. 1998. Efficiency Considerations in Designing Competitive Electricity Markets. Ottawa: Competition Bureau, April. Yergin, Daniel and Joseph Stanislaw. 1998. The Commanding Heights: The Battle between Government and the Marketplace That Is Remaking the Modern World. New York: Simon and Schuster. Chapter Two Global Nuclear Markets in the Context of Climate Change and Sustainable Development Robert Morrison This chapter explores key changes in, and features of, global nuclear and uranium markets in the context of issues of climate change and sustainable development.
Canadian Nuclear Energy Policy: Changing Ideas, Institutions, and Interests by G. Bruce Doern, Arslan Dorman, Robert W. Morrison