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The World Nuclear Industry Status Report is a yearly report compiled by Mycle Schneider, a French independent nuclear analyst, which explores the global challenges facing nuclear power. The reports show that the percentage of nuclear-generated electricity in the overall global energy mix is decreasing.[1]

Contents

2009 report

The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2009 presents quantitative and qualitative information on the nuclear power plants in operation, under construction and in planning phases throughout the world. A detailed analyses of the economic performance of past and current nuclear projects is also given. The report was commissioned by the German Federal Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation and Reactor Safety.[2][3] [4]

2008 report

The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2008 focused on the difficulties facing nuclear power throughout the world, with particular reference to Western Europe and Asia.[1]

2007 report

The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2007 was commissioned by the Greens-EFA Group in the European Parliament.[5][6]

Earlier reports

The first World Nuclear Industry Status Report was issued in 1992 in a joint publication with WISE-Paris, Greenpeace International and the World Watch Institute, Washington. The second report in 2004 was commissioned by the Greens-EFA Group in the European Parliament.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b 2008 world nuclear industry status report: Western Europe
  2. ^ Mycle Schneider, Steve Thomas, Antony Froggatt, Doug Koplow (August 2009). The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2009 , p. 5.
  3. ^ Nuclear decline set to continue, says report Nuclear Engineering International, 27 August 2009.
  4. ^ The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2009
  5. ^ The World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2007
  6. ^ Nuclear Energy: Report Shows Decline of Nuclear Industry

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