6 edition of The politics of nuclear energy in China found in the catalog.
The politics of nuclear energy in China
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Energy, climate, and the environment|
|LC Classifications||HD9698.C62 X8 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010027572|
China’s voracious appetite for new nuclear power plants has helped to slow the decline in recent years of an ailing nuclear energy industry long dominated by the United States and Europe. From a. This book ex-amines the responses of public officials in three leading European nations -- the Federal Republic of Germany, France, and the Netherlands -- to the energy crisis. As the study shows, the proposed energy programs in the three countries shared remarkable similarities; yet the policy outcomes were very different.
Review(s) of: The politics of nuclear energy in China, by Xu Yi-chong, Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, xiv + pp. pounds/US$ (hardcover). Nuclear energy- . Russia and China Could Dominate the Nuclear Industry, Thwarting U.S. Geopolitical Goals Although nuclear energy seems to be in secular decline in .
Dan Yurman presents his worldwide review of nuclear’s prospects. 19 nations are covered. He explains while some countries are planning to scale down nuclear, like South Korea and France, some are increasing investment, like China. Others remain stuck over policy, pricing, financing and politics (e.g. Japan, the U.S.). Exporters of plants, led by Russia, are Author: Dan Yurman. Other Republicans, including Secretary of Energy Rick Perry, Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-ND), and Rep. Darin LaHood (R-IL), have called for action to .
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Get this from a library. The politics of nuclear energy in China. [Yi-Chong Xu] -- Explores the history and challenges of nuclear energy development in China, across five main areas: politics, economics, environment, technology transfer and the nuclear fuel cycle.
The book is about the politics of nuclear energy development in China and seeks to understand the constellation of political forces in China that shaped its nuclear energy development. It is organised around five topics: who decides (politics); who pays (economics); whose technology; how to fuel it; and who cares (environment).
It concludes in. "A rapid development of nuclear energy depends on standardization and localization of technology" (p. This is true for today's China, just as a standardized reactor design was for France in the s (p.).
Both countries sought energy security and to improve the quality of life for their citizens.4/5(1). One byproduct of the production of nuclear energy is the production of plutonium, which can be used to create nuclear weapons.
Several countries, including France, have used their nuclear energy programs as a springboard to the creation of nuclear weapons, and there is global concern that other nations could follow suit if nuclear power plants. "China has the intention to build nuclear plants between now and or so, and that will put them ahead of the U.S.
in the number of plants and the amount of energy they are producing with. Nuclear energy in Britain: Hinkley Point gets the green light Sep 15thfrom Web-only article Theresa May puts political considerations before.
Explores the history and challenges of nuclear energy development in China, across five main areas: politics, economics, environment, technology transfer and the nuclear fuel cycle.
It emphasizes the political challenges in developing a set of long-term national strategies to ensure speedy, safe and secure nuclear energy development.
Book review: The Politics of Nuclear Energy in China. Geoffrey C. Chen. China Information 1, Book review: The Politics of Nuclear Energy in China Show all authors. Geoffrey C. Chen. Geoffrey C. Chen. See all articles by this author.
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67, No. 2, pp. Author: Trevor Findlay. Many countries like Germany have closed their nuclear reactors. Nonetheless, Asia is renovating is bet on nuclear power and, more precisely, China is leading a nuclear revolution.
Xu Yi-Chong is the author of The Politics of Nuclear Energy in China ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 1 review, published ), Sinews of Power ( avg ra 4/5. Andrew Futter is a Senior Lecturer in International Politics at the University of Leicester, UK.
He is the author of Ballistic Missile Defence and US National Security Policy (), and has published widely on nuclear strategy, nuclear proliferation and contemporary nuclear challenges. The Geopolitics of Energy: From Security to Survival 11 11/20/09 PM Page 11 political will to tax energy to create incentives for conservation and inno-File Size: KB.
nuclear energy, the energy stored in the nucleus of an atom and released through fission, fusion, or these processes a small amount of mass is converted to energy according to the relationship E = mc 2, where E is energy, m is mass, and c is the speed of light (see relativity).The most pressing problems concerning nuclear energy are the possibility of an accident or systems.
New Book On China’s Commercial Energy Industry. China is on course to lead the world in the deployment of nuclear power technology by Should it succeed, China will assume global leadership in nuclear technology development, industrial capacity, and nuclear energy governance. Inthe China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) was established.
On 8 FebruaryChina issued its first nuclear power plan, and the Institute (now called Shanghai Nuclear Engineering Research and Design Institute) was founded. On 15 DecemberChina's first nuclear power reactor, a MWe PWR at the Qinshan Nuclear Power Plant, was connected to the grid.
Get this from a library. The politics of nuclear energy in China. [Yi-Chong Xu] -- China is going nuclear. It is planning to increase its nuclear generation capacity by building two or three nuclear power plants every year for the next ten years, as one step towards meeting its. China wants to become a global leader in nuclear power and the UK is crucial to realising its ambitions.
While other countries have scaled back on atomic energy in the wake of the Fukushima. About the Author Pamela M. Barnes is Jean Monnet Chair ad personam in European Political Integration, Associate Lecturer at Lincoln International Business School, University of Lincoln, UK, and Research Associate at EU-Asia Institute, ESSCA School of Management in Angers, France.
"A rapid development of nuclear energy depends on standardization and localization of technology" (p. This is true for today's China, just as a standardized reactor design was 4/5. Explores the history and challenges?of nuclear energy development in China, across five main areas: politics, economics, environment, technology transfer and the nuclear fuel cycle.
It emphasizes the political challenges in developing a set of long-term national strategies to ensure speedy, safe and secure nuclear energy development.This chapter discusses the laws, regulations, and organization of nuclear energy.
Congress passed the Atomic Energy Act ofamended infor peaceful purposes and to maintain defense. The Energy Policy Act of provides comprehensive national goals and requirements on .Nuclear Politics in America is a book by Robert J.
Duffy. According to Duffy, the "promise and peril of nuclear power have been a preoccupation of the modern age", who was then an assistant professor of political science at Rider book discusses the controversy over radioactive waste disposal, licensing procedures relating to the Atomic Energy Act, and the effects of.