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Nuclear Energy in Central Asia: What are the Prospects?

Galiya Ibragimova

Growing contradictions over the Unified Energy System of Central Asia are increasingly leading to disruption in the work of the region's power plants. One of the most promising solutions to this problem is alternative energy sources, which can compensate for the shortage of energy generation capacity in the region. Central Asia has large reserves of uranium, several research reactors, and the understanding that uranium can become the foundation of a high-tech industry. Uzbekistan based researcher analyzes the prospects the development of nuclear energy in the region.

Nuclear Energy in Central Asia: What are the Prospects?


SECURITY INDEX №1 (94), 2011