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    JeffW

    The reactor actually "operated" for 13 years, but it was off line constantly.  I don't know where I got the notion it only operated for a year (lack of research on my part-or I was thinking of my last car}  I agree the EPR is the most likely candidate, but even if another design is selected, it is the uniform construction of all new plants that is important. It would reduce cost with standard componants and greatly reduce the time for environmental impact studies, permits and construction.

    The only shame in ignorance is taking pride in it.

    by carver on Tue Jun 19, 2007 at 03:23:25 PM PDT

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