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Feasibility of Small Modular Nuclear Reactors for Ireland

Published 25 April 2016 | By Energy Exemplar

Electricity generation in Ireland contributes to almost a quarter of Ireland's overall greenhouse gas emissions and at the moment Ireland is the most import dependent country in Europe. In future markets Ireland's electricity generation will consist of a large supply coming from renewable sources. However, these sources are variable and still require a base load supply from a power plant to meet demand for the entire year.

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Feasibility of Small Modular Nuclear Reactors for Ireland