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Eretová, Kamila (2009)
Publisher: Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze
Languages: Czech
Types: Master thesis
Subjects: trh s elektřinou; electricity market; nuclear energy; energy self sufficiency; energetická soběstačnost; jaderná energie
This work deals with the potential of nuclear energy in general and in our country. Nuclear energy offers as almost a necessary alternative to fill growing demand for electricity in our country and the world. Increased attention is paid to the electricity market in our country, the role of nuclear energy in the Czech energy mix and the possibilities of its use in the future as an alternative to other energy sources (renewable, fossil resources), and savings and imports from abroad. The author summarizes the main benefits, but also the risk that nuclear energy brings. Does not forget the attitude of environmentalists, opponents and the public to the nuclear issue, which improves long-term, giving scope for the use of nuclear energy.
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