Future Of Energy

  • Energy

    ASSIGNMENT #1 Assignment #1 ASSIGNMENT #1 Energy can be converted from one form to another by one form of energy decreases, other forms increasing, because the total energy has to stay constant and that’s only if you're looking at an isolated object. Potential energy can be converted to Kinetic and kinetic can be converted to potential. (Tillery, Enger, & Ross, 2009, p. 67). Energy can be converted in three basic ways through 3 actions of forces. Gravitational

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    People depend on energy everyday for cooking, lighting, cooling, and warming our homes and automobiles. People consume a great amount of energy. Energy is generated from non-renewable fuels. When people use non renewable energy harmful pollutants are let loose into the air and water. The more people operate ones vehicle the energy power plants produce gasoline that burns which releases pollutants. Another problem is the cost; people are noticing that ones public service utility bill is on the rise

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  • The Future of Energy: Guiding Decisions with Evidence

    The Future of Energy: Guiding Decisions with Evidence SC300 October 16, 2012 Kaplan University The Future of Energy: Guiding Decisions with Evidence Here in my home I try and do what I can to conserve energy. I use a low flow water head on my shower and I rarely use the bathtub. I keep my water heater set at 120 degrees. I buy only compact florescent bulbs for my lights. I keep my thermostat no higher than 68 degrees, even if that means wearing hoodies inside when it feels chilly. There

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    converting energy from one form to electricity. The process used may be a direct conversion process, where the energy source is converted directly to electricity. An example of this is solar photovoltaic cells, which converts the energy found in solar radiation directly to electricity. An indirect conversion process consists of converting energy from one form, to an intermediate form, to electricity. Coal-fired generating plants are an example of the indirect process, as the chemical energy released

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  • The Future of Energy

    The Future of Energy Unit 4 Assignment Kaplan University Cleaster McConnell SC300: Big Ideas in Science: From Methods to Mutation Professor Michael Allen October 16, 2012 According to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, the fuels Iowans use fall into two main categories: nonrenewable in the form of fossil (coal, petroleum, and natural gas) and nuclear fuels and renewable energy

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    Energy Conservation 2 Energy conservation is the practice of decreasing the quantity of energy used while achieving a similar outcome of end use. This practice may result in increase human comfort, personal security, national security, environmental value, and financial capital. Energy conservation is a reduction or elimination of unnecessary energy use. There are many activities that people can do to conserve energy and help not only themselves, but also the environment and everyone around

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    entrants is a threat of entry. Question three The market for energy drinks, sports drinks and vitamin-enhanced drinks is changing in several ways. There is innovation of products with the rise of drinks containing additional nutrients and introduction of energy shots. Furthermore, the industry is also considering consolidation options in an attempt of reducing distribution costs, for example Coca-Cola distributed Hansen’s Monster energy drink. The drivers of change are changes in the long-term growth

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  • The Future of Energy: Guiding Decisions with Evidence

    The Future of Energy: Guiding Decisions with Evidence In order to reduce the negative environmental impacts of an ever growing human population and increasing demands for energy as technological advances continue, individual countries, states, cities and even households have the opportunity to shift their energy sources to those that are renewable. However, not all locations are equally amenable to any particular form of energy. For this assignment you will assess your own location, existing energy

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  • The Future of Energy

    Energy sources are used as fuels. Fuel is burned in machinery to create motion that we use in our cars or heat in a home energy system. When fuels are used for producing electricity, heat or motion causes a generator to rotate, creating electricity for everyday use in homes and businesses. Energy sources can be classified into two types: nonrenewable and renewable. Nonrenewable resources, such as fossil fuels and nuclear material. Fossil fuels were formed from the fossilized remains of tiny plants

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    First discuss how energy can be converted from one form to another, giving specific examples. The ability to do work is how energy can be defined. “Energy is never created or destroyed. Energy can be converted from one form to another but the total energy remains constant” (Tillery, Enger, & Ross, 2009, p.65). There are various forms of energy and terms are used to distinguish one from the other. There are not different kinds of energy even though there are various forms. These five different forms

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    THE ENERGY CRISIS IN PAKISTAN Submitted By GROUP 7 1. Abdul-Rehman (3702) 2. Rehan Hussain (3777) 3. Ubaid-ur-Rehman (3778) 4. Junaid Ghayoor Hussain (3780) 5. Muhammad Ansaar (3824) 6. Abdul Sami khan (3825) ABSTRACT Electricity Crisis in Pakistan is one of the severe challenges the country is facing today. Electricity is essential part of our daily life and its outage has severely affected the economy and overall

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  • The Future

    The Future -Social and cultural changes in human values and norms of behavior in businesses I think that first of all what we call a future could be happening in the next coming years or decades, since new types of technology and crazy touch-screen or laser objects are being used every day in our daily lives, even worst by children about 5 or 6 years old. Technology is not the only thing that has changed and is changing every day, something that we should really worry about is our own human

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  • Energies

    In physics, energy can be defined as an indirectly observed quantity which comes in many forms including kinetic energy, potential energy, among others. Energy, like mass, is a scalar physical quantity and its S.I unit is joules. There are 2 categories of energy including: renewable (energy that comes from resources which are continually replenished such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides, waves and geothermal heat. Can also be defined as any energy resource that is naturally regenerated over a short

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    improving this road, the result could have been different. Taking everything into account, I would like to mention that highways, roads and public transportation require maintenance funds, but I think it is more important to think about the future and how to make our countries or cities better places to live in. Improving public transportation should be top/first priority for governments because it will help reduce accidents and air pollution. This is the only way to have a “modern city”.

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  • The Future of Energy: Guiding Decisions with Evidence

    * In the Lake Michigan food web, is it possible to identify the most important producer? Why or why not? It is not possible to identify the most important producer. There are multiple consumers which are consumed by several different primary consumers. The image was blurry so it was difficult to determine what everything was in the food web. * What would happen if there was a change in the population size for any one of the producers (either an increase or a decrease)? How could these changes

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    Energy Inc. Date: October 19, 2013 Prepared by: Yuehan Zhang (Stefanie) Reviewed by: Professor Robert Elya ISSUE: Accounting for Energy Inc.’s environmental obligations, income tax and install smoke filters. BRIEF BACKGROUND OF COMPANY Energy Inc. (Energy) is a public company that operates in the oil industry. As of December 31, 2011, Energy recognized $ billion in revenue for the sale. Sometimes, Energy’s operations result in soil contamination and Energy should clean up this contamination

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    GEOTHERMAL ENERGY Geothermal energy is one of the oldest sources of energy. It is simply using and reusing (reusable energy) heat from the inside of the earth. Most of the geothermal energy comes from magma, molten or partially molten rock. Which is why most geothermal resources come from regions where there are active volcanoes. Hot springs, geysers, pools of boiling mud, and fumaroles are the most easily exploited sources. The ancient Romans used hot springs to heat baths and homes, and similar

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    serves as our Chairman of the Board. Previously he served as Chairman of our Compensation Committee. Mr. Box retired as President, Chief Operating Officer and director of Oryx Energy Company in 1999, after more than 30 years in the oil and gas exploration industry. Since June 2005, Mr. Box has served as a director of Cimarex Energy Co., an independent oil and gas exploration and production company listed on the NYSE, with principal operations in the Mid-Continent, Gulf Coast, Permian Basin and Gulf of

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    TRANSPORT College of International Transport & Logistics (Cairo) Energy Logistics Management British Petroleum Submitted to: Dr Ahmed Gheith Ashraf Mohamed Fathi Aly 10103283 Ahmed Fouad El-Tohamy 10103131 Ahmed Mohamed Fahmy 10103338 Youssef Roshdy Naguib 7104341 Abdulrahman Adel Youssef 3101363 1. History of BP A British multinational oil and gas company headquartered in London, England. It is the sixth-largest energy company by market capitalization, the fifth-largest company in the world measured

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    Energy Portfolio management (Like Financial Portfolio management) is the Key to solving today’s and the future’s energy issues….. by Doug Story I believe it has been determined and accepted by almost everyone in the financial management industry and by those of us that invest or have our jobs supply financial instruments such as IRAs, Roth IRAs, 401Ks, etc for our retirement that it is imperative that our financial portfolio be diversified in such a manner that when part of the portfolio drops

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  • Future of Solar Energy

    ------------------------------------------------- HISTORY OF JAPANESE SOLAR ENERGY A. The Beginning i. The Boom of Solar Power One of the most significant and perceptible booms in the country of Japan recently is one that will probably broaden and remain an enduring fixture, unlike other technological booms that are going on in Japan. Utilizing solar energy from the sun’s rays to heat water has long been frequent in Japan for some time. Nevertheless, in the last decade a collection of

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  • Nuclear Energy as an Alternative Energy for the Future

    Can nuclear energy be a main alternative energy socio-economically rather than other alternative energy to decrease global warming? Introduction Nowadays it seems that most people recognize about the severity of global warming. Houghton (1997) believes that increasing alternative energy rather than using fossil fuels is very important to decrease global warming. Therefore, I chose this topic: Can nuclear energy be a main alternative energy socio-economically rather than other alternative

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  • Future

    Future of nuclear energy, what countries use it most, other uses for nuclear energy (bombs) Future of nuclear energy: Increasing energy demand, plus concerns over climate change, dependence on overseas supplies of fossil fuels and the security of supply are coinciding to make the case for increasing use of nuclear power. Nuclear energy is the perfect way for the demands of electricity. It seems that Nuclear energy will become a much bigger source of energy in the future, many countries such

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    ENERGY TECHNOLOGY S.JITENDRA PAL Department of Chemical Engineering National Institute of Technology Karnataka Surathkal-Karnataka. Assistant Professor Fundamentals of energy and its impact on society and the environment. What is energy? • Energy :defined as the ability or capacity to do work. Energy is measured in BTU (British Thermal Unit) or Joule • According to Max Planck, energy is defined as the ability of a system to cause external action. • The term energy carrier – thus a carrier

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  • Energy of the Future

    Brandon Hernandez ICSM: Writing About Survival Prof. Stafford December 13, 2012 Energy of The Future In today’s day and age roughly sixty percent of citizen of the United States get their electricity from fossil fuels. This is not too bad but this is still a problem due to the fact that it causes a lot of pollution from the burning of fossil fuels. Out of one hundred percent, wind energy is responsible for giving four percent of the American population electricity. The atmosphere is not

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    The Midwest Energy Research Center FINAL REPORT BUSINESS PLAN FOR SOAR ENERGY COOPERATIVE Prepared by Management Consulting Services, Inc. Washington, DC On behalf of The Midwest Energy Research Center Findlay, OH December 2001 Management Consulting Services, Inc. Washington, DC T ABLE OF CONTENTS Abstract ....................................................................................................................................... vi Study Objectives .............

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    07 06 05 Typeset by 30 in Palatino 10/12.5pt Printed and bound by Ashford Colour Press, Gosport The publisher’s policy is to use paper manufactured from sustainable forests. To Sue, with love, and to my daughters Sarah and Rhiannon, to whom the future belongs. Supporting resources Visit www.pearsoned.co.uk/blythe to find valuable online resources For instructors • Complete, downloadable Instructor’s Manual including specimen answers to case study questions, MCQs and end of chapter questions,

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    In physics, the kinetic energy of an object is the energy which it possesses due to its motion. It is defined as the work needed to accelerate a body of a given mass from rest to its stated velocity. Having gained this energy during its acceleration, the body maintains this kinetic energy unless its speed changes. The same amount of work is done by the body in decelerating from its current speed to a state of rest. In classical mechanics, the kinetic energy of a non-rotating object of mass m travelling

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    10/21/12 In this paper I will explain how energy can be modified from one pattern to another and give examples. I then will proceed by discussing what is meant by fossil fuels and explain why they are an attractive source of energy. Then, continue by describing two energy similarities to fossil fuels. I will also be discussing there way of functioning, how they compare with fossil fuels, and their pros and cons. Based on my research I leaned that energy can be modified from one example to another

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    work? Energy, pure energy. When you break it down everything comes down to either empty space or energy. How do you control energy? You control energy with energy. There are several types of energy, but let’s start with the most basic. Good and bad. Good energy is when the energy you are using or the energy that is around is being used or put to a good purpose. Bad energy happens when the intent is to harm or negatively affect someone or something. You also have physical and mental energy. Physical

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    Energy is used in every aspect of our everyday life. Awareness is the only way we can have an impact on saving our environment, resources and climate. Understanding where our energy comes from and how we can cut back on some of the energy we use is illustrated in my research below. Energy Use Assessment The three energy resources currently used in my household come from different origins. My electricity comes from Pedernales Electric Cooperative. PEC provides my household energy from the

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  • The Future of Energy

    The Future of Energy In the world that we live in today there are a vast array changes going on in the world of energy, from the materials used to create it to the different types of applications in which the energy created can be used. Some of these changes have been made out of necessity and others from pure genius innovation. In this document we will discuss some of these new energy technologies and how these technologies will provide a cleaner and more efficient source of energy as we look

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    Energy return on investment - which fuels win? http://www.carbonbrief.org/blog/2013/03/energy-return-on-investment-which-fuels-win/ * 20 Mar 2013, 16:00 * Mat Hope and Ros Donald By Arnold Paul The days of easy to extract fossil fuels are numbered. Companies are using more energy-intensive methods to get to conventional fossil fuels, and turning to harder-to-extract fuels such as shale gas. But do these sources give us a good return on the energy we invest? A new article investigates

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  • Benefits of Powering Our Future with Nuclear Energy

    The Benefits Of Powering Our Future With Nuclear Energy February 26, 2015 The Benefits Of Powering Our Future With Nuclear Energy A significant issue that impacts the American economy today is the increasing demand for energy, the availability of fuel, and the rising cost of electricity. There are many Americans who have anti-nuclear views for many different reasons related to safety, security and economics. These Americans oppose the construction of new nuclear plants because they are focused

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  • Alternative Energy or Alternative Future

    Alternative Energy or Alternative Future Throughout the course of history, technological breakthroughs have paved the way for human advancement in all areas. Civilization has advanced so fast that the results from the breakthroughs are now having an impending damaging effect on the environment. Environmental degradation has long been a threat but presently this threat is exponentially greater since it has been compounding within the last century. These threats have forced the hand in researching

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  • Solar Energy : the Present and Future of the Middle East

    Solar Energy: The Present and Future of the Middle East Aalim Saleem The American University of Sharjah Dr. Victoria Amador November 22, 2015 Abstract Solar energy, a pure and limitless amount of energy, has been one of the rising and popular forms of power in the Middle East. A region that is solely dependent on oil and gas as a form of energy. Since oil and gas is non-renewable and also damages the environment severely, countries in the Middle East have turned to a different form of

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  • The Analysis of the Current and Future Impact of the Energy Drink on the European Functional Beverage Maket

    Introduction Coffee and tea can be considered the world’s first energy drinks. Both of them contain caffeine and people have been using these beverages for year to receive an extra boost of energy for their day. I could remember my grandmother would wake up in the morning and the first thing she would do was to start to boil water for her morning tea. As a child I had no idea why she drunk tea. All I knew that if you added lemon and a bunch of the sugar to the tea, then it wasn't so bad. My grandmother

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  • The Future

    level of the investment, for the credit or for purchase of financial products, but the main disadvantage is represented by the relativity of the score assigned to quantitative factors and particularly to the political environment. This is because future developments are expected and the anticipation accuracy depends on access to information sources, relevance of data used and the level of training of those involved. 3) Rating is used in setting prices for external loans and for speculative

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    examines the project from different points of view to make sure this project is worth investing, the cost of carrying it wil be covered before the expected lifetime and guarantees there is no safety issues. (2) Estimate Southwest’s expected future cash flows from the Blended Winglet project, as well as the initial cash outflow. The winglets will cost $700,000 a pair, and have an additional cost of $56,000 per aircraft for installation. Each aircraft will have a downtime of one day (incremental

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  • The Future of Energy: Rooftop Solar Panels

    The Future of Energy: Rooftop Solar Panels Coal fired energy plants have long been recognized as extremely damaging to the environment. The role of carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, in precipitating climate change is well documented. Carbon-dioxide emissions have increased manifold since the Industrial Revolution and have led to an increase in the Earth’s temperature in the past 50 years, worsening forest fires, drought and coastal flooding among other disastrous side effects of climate change,

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  • Assess the Future Potential of Renewable Sources of Energy as Major Contributors to the Uk’s Energy Mix?

    the UK’s energy and when compared to other fuels such as oil and gas, it is still clear that the UK is still heavily depended on fossil fuels, showing that it will be along time before the UK becomes dependent on renewable resources. Wind power has been chosen to be the main renewable resource to provide most of the energy in the future. According to UKWED there is nearly 6000 turbines in the UK, which shows a lot more, must be built to produce most of the UK’s energy.3% of the UK’s energy is produced

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    The Energy Document “Be humble, for you are made of earth. Be noble, for you are made of stars.” -Serbian Proverb Science can only talk about what it can measure and it cannot measure thoughts, love, spirit, or God; therefore, it cannot scientifically talk about those things. Science measures the physical make-up of the universe and talks about how it happened, not who made it. An obvious example of this is the illusion of conflict between creationist and evolutionist. They argue as

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    Energyconservation “Energyconservation refers to efforts made to reduce energy consumption. Energyconservation can be achieved through increased efficient energy use, inconjunction with decreased energy consumption and/or reduced consumption fromconventional energy sources” ("Energy conservation," 2011). The twotypes of energy are renewable and nonrenewable. Renewable energy sources areconstantly renewed or restored and include wind (wind power), water(hydropower), sun (solar), vegetation

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    Channels of Distribution 15 Advertising/Promotion Programs 17 Financial Overview 20 References 21-22 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION/SITUATION ANALYSIS How many times in a day have you thought that you need to consume an energy drink? And how many times have you stopped yourself from consuming one because of the crash rate and its harmful effects? We would like to introduce you to our product, “ACTIFY”. ACTIFY is a natural, herbal energizing chewing gum. The chewing

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    Assignment #1 Energy Student: Instructor: Course: Introduction to Physical Science Date: First discuss how energy can be converted from one form to another, giving specific examples. Energy can’t be created or destroyed but it can be converted from one form to another. It can also be transferred from one object to another (Phun Physics). An example would be a car accelerating. When a car accelerates the gasoline has energy stored in it that is released as heat by burning it

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    Energy Agnese Strayer University Dr. Andrey R. Pavlov Science 110 April 21, 2012 We recognize energy through the concepts of force and motion. When work is done on an object, it gains energy. Energy is made of two types, potential energy which is stored energy and kinetic energy which consists of moving energy. Food is stored energy. It is stored as a chemical with potential energy. When your body uses that stored energy to do work, it then becomes kinetic energy.(Integrated Science, 2008)

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    Energy Fletcher Hinton Environmental Science Dr. Sandra Flemming April 6, 2012 Abstract This paper will discuss energy use and how it is conversed to do what it needs for the population using it. This paper will give an explanation on how energy use is dictated or regulated by law according to the energy policy act of (2005). Energy use is a major problem the world has today, resources are becoming scarce because of our consumption level is more than can be replenished in the amount

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    Natural Energy Earthquakes in the World Today Kaplan University SSD300-03 Professor Derby July 4, 2010 Natural Energy 1 Where do earthquakes come from? Below the earth’s surface in a region called hypocenter, this is where the initial activity begins. Moreover, triggers the fault plane to slip where two pieces of earth past one another forming an earthquake generally, certain geographical areas of the country are more prone to this type of activity. History has revealed to

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  • Future of Nuclear Energy

    The United States nuclear energy sector stands at a crossroads. We have the opportunity to resume construction of new nuclear plants, revive a once-vital nuclear supply chain, explore and deploy new technologies and reclaim our place as a global leader in the production of nuclear energy. If we do, this nation will reap the benefits: abundant, emissions-free baseload electric power and process heat for industry and substantial economic growth. Additionally, the United States will reestablish

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    Energy: When I hear the words nuclear it gives me the impression that it is unsafe for humans and the environment. The nuclear power catastrophe of Japan is a good example why I believe that nuclear energy risks out way the benefits. “A major benefit of nuclear energy is that it releases massive amounts of energy through a process known as nuclear fission” (Turks, & Bensel 2011.) In an Internet article (time for change 2012) states the following risks of nuclear energy: The disadvantages

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