volume 79, issue 36, P430-430 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98eo00327
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Abstract: A new report by the Nuclear Energy Institute claims that nuclear power has played a significant and largely overlooked role in reducing acid rain in the United States, and that the industry should receive Clean Air Act financial credits for the avoided production of sulfur dioxide—an acid rain ingredient—as well as for other avoided pollutants. The late August release of the industry group's report, ”Phase ISO2 Emissions Avoided by Increased Nuclear Generation,” is timed to the U.S. Environmental Protection A…

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