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2017/2018 Nuclear News 3-Map COMBO #1 of United States and Both Worldwide Commercial Nuclear Power Plants Wall Maps

Item ID: 690060

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Bundle and save by ordering all three maps together! This item includes one of each version of the 2017/2018 wall maps.

United States of America:
This map shows the location of each commercial power reactor in the U.S. that is operable, under construction, or ordered as of February 28, 2017. Plus updates are provided on the status of 10 new reactor projects.
 
Green stars on the United States map indicate the locations of six reactor projects for which licenses have been issued; two of those are under construction. Red stars indicate two sites where applications for combined construction and operating licenses have been submitted to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and are actively pursued. Blue stars indicate two sites where license applications have been suspended. For each of the 10 projects, boxed information provides the plant name, the city and state of the site, the reactor model (if known), and the owner.
 

Europe and Russia:
This map shows the location of each commercial power reactor in Europe and Russia that is operable, under construction, or ordered as of March 31, 2017. Tabular information includes each reactor's generating capacity (in Net MWe), design type, date of commercial operation (actual or expected), and reactor supplier.
 

The Americas, Africa, and Asia:
This map shows the location of each commercial power reactor in Canada, Mexico, South America, Africa, and Asia that is operable, under construction, or ordered as of March 31, 2017. Tabular information includes each reactor's generating capacity (in Net MWe), design type, date of commercial operation (actual or expected), and reactor supplier.
 

Each map is 39.25 x 26.75 inches (99.7 x 67.9 cm)
 

Individual U.S. Wall Map and Worldwide Wall Maps are also available.
 
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