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Legal and Institutional Issues of Transportable Nuclear Power Plants: A Preliminary Study

English STI/PUB/1624 978-92-0-144710-4
95 6 33.00 2013

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A transportable nuclear power plant (TNPP) is a factory manufactured, movable nuclear power plant, which when fuelled is capable of producing final energy products such as electricity and heat. Transportable nuclear power plants are not designed to operate during transportation. This publication highlights the potential benefits of TNPPs, describes the legal and institutional issues for their deployment in countries other than the country of origin, reveals challenges that might be faced in their deployment, and outlines pathways for resolution of the identified issues and challenges in the short and long term. It is addressed to senior legal, regulatory and technical officers in Member States planning to embark on a nuclear power programme or to expand an existing one by considering the introduction of a TNPP.

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