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New problems in Olkiluoto
Olkiluoto 3 and new nuclear projects - promises versus reality
Waste disposal plans in Finland
Revolution of sustainable energy - Greenpeace's energy solutions for Finland
Hirch 2010: Assesment of I&C problems of the EPR
Hirsch H. 2009: Statement on the Separation of Safety I&C and Operational I&C.
Hirsch H. 2008: Potential Significance of Alleged Misconducts at the Welding of OL3.
Hirsch H., Neumann W. Progress and Quality Assurance Regime at the EPR Construction at Olkiluoto - Safety Implications of Problems Encountered. May 2007.
Finnish Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority STUK 2006: Management of safety requirements in subcontracting during the Olkiluoto 3 nuclear power plant construction phase.
Large&Associates 2005: European Pressurised Reactor at Olkiluoto 3, Finland - Review of the Finnish Radiation & Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK) Assessment.
Safety threats in Olkiluoto 3 pinpointed on a diagram of a pressurized water reactor
Nuclear waste dump - what can go wrong?
Olkiluoto 3 and new projects in Finland - presentation in Berlin
Finnish "solution" to nuclear waste - presentation to UK committee on spent fuel management
Revolution of sustainable energy in Finland
What would a nuclear boom look like? - Briefing by Greenpeace Helsinki office
A series of briefings by the Greenpeace international nuclear campaign gives an overview of the potential, or more exactly the lack thereof, of nuclear power to aid the fight against climate change, improve energy security and provide affordable electricity.
Nuclear power - Undermining climate protection
Nuclear Power - Energy Insecurity
Summary: The Economics of Nuclear Power
France's Nuclear Failures
EPR - the French Reactor
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