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Research Papers

Nuclear Power

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2016

Mohl, Bill. "Economic Challenges of Nuclear Plants in Competitive Power Markets." Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group's 82nd Plenary Session. Washington, DC, March 10, 2016.

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2011

Commissioner George Apostolakis. "Post Fukushima: NRC Response." Presentation to Harvard Electricity Policy Group, 63rd Plenary Session, Washington, DC. June 2, 2011. 8 pages.

Davis, Lucas W., Catherine Wolfram. Deregulation, Consolidation, and Efficiency: Evidence from U.S. Nuclear Power. Energy Institute at Haas, Working Paper 217, University of California at Berkeley. August, 2011.

Krupnick, Alan. "If Not Nuclear, Shale Gas?" Presentation to Harvard Electricity Policy Group, 63rd Plenary Session, Washington, DC. June 2, 2011. 20 pages.

Kuznetsov, Vladimir, and Alexey Lokhov. "Current Status, Technical Feasibility, and Economics of Small Nuclear Reactors." Report prepared for the OECD and Nuclear Energy Agency, July 2011. 177 pages.

Harvard faculty perspectives on recent incidents in Japan

Wang, Jone-Lin. "Post Fukushima: If Not Nuclear, What Energy Mix?" Presentation to Harvard Electricity Policy Group, 63rd Plenary Session, Washington, DC. June 2, 2011. 9 pages.

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2009

Kee, Edward. Global Nuclear Power. Goldman Sachs, Ninth Annual Power and Utility Conference. 19 May 2009. 23 pages.

2008

Bradford, Peter. Nuclear Power: Are the $tar$ Aligned? Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group Fifty-first Plenary Session, Cambridge, MA, May 29, 2008.

Letter from Peter Bradford to Dr Irwin Stelzer, Energy and Environmental Policy Center, Harvard University, dated January 13, 1989.

Fertel, Marvin. Nuclear Power: Are the stars aligned? Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group Fifty-first Plenary Session, Cambridge, MA, May 29, 2008.

Fertel, Marvin. Status and Outlook for Nuclear Energy in the United States. Published by the Nuclear Energy Institute. Handout to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group Fifty-first Plenary Session, Cambridge, MA, May 29, 2008.

O'Neill, Thomas. The Challenge of Growth in Nuclear Power: It Ought to Work, But Will It? Presentation to the Harvard Electricity Policy Group Fifty-first Plenary Session, Cambridge, MA, May 29, 2008.

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