The Energy Spectator

Nuclear Since Fukushima

One year later, there have be no casualties from radiation. But will the worldwide Nuclear Renaissance revive?

By From the March 2012 issue

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Although they only started building reactors in the 1990s, the South Koreans have quickly become the world's leading provider. KEPCO, the national utility, astonished everyone by beating out Wes-tinghouse and Areva for a $20 billion contract to build four new reactors in the United Arab Emirates in 2009. South Korean President Lee Myung-bak visited the UAE last December and the whole country celebrated with a National Nuclear Day to introduce schoolchildren to the technology.

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