Economic Performance Indicators for Nuclear Power Plants

Technical Reports Series No. 437

Subject Classification: 0701-Nuclear power planning and economics

English STI/DOC/010/437; (ISBN:92-0-100905-4); 158 pp.; 29 figures; € 40.00; Date Published: 2006

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This report has been prepared for the benefit of nuclear power plant (NPP) managers and operators. Its primary purpose is to identify and define a number of economic performance measures for use at NPPs operating in deregulated, competitive electricity markets. In addressing the value of economic measures, the report presents and discusses a general definition and classifications of nuclear economic indicators within the context of regulation, competition and the economic requirements for constructing, operating and decommissioning nuclear plants.

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