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Guidance on Nuclear Energy Cogeneration

English STI/PUB/1862 978-92-0-104119-7
52 17 32.00 2019

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Cogeneration, i.e. the production of electricity and heat, has proven to be a highly efficient and environmentally attractive option for energy conversion. Nuclear cogeneration could be considered as an option in light of actions on climate change. However, nuclear cogeneration is not widely deployed. This publication provides a quick introduction to the advantages, experience, and future planning for implementation of nuclear cogeneration. It also highlights some demonstration projects that were developed in the past in connection with industries, describing technical concepts for combined nuclear-industrial complexes. The publication is intended to be of interest to users in academia and industry as well as government agencies and public institutions requiring basic information on various aspects of using nuclear power for cogeneration.

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Keywords

IAEA Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Cogeneration, Nuclear Power Plants, CHP, Combined Heat and Power, Member States, Thermal Power, Implementation, Recommendation, Development Activities, Technology, District Heating, Seawater Desalination, Agricultural, Industrial Processes, Electricity, High Temperatures, Hydrogen Production, Industrial Applications, Operating Experiences, Benefits, Advantages, Government Agencies, CRP, Coordinated Research Project, GTHTR300, SMART, System-Integrated Modular Advanced Reactor, Countries, Economics, Safety Issues, Cross-Contamination

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