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Authors: Kohler, Tobias
Schaumann, Peter
Fahl, Ulrich
Voß, Alfred
Title: Nuclear energy : an efficient solution for the CO2 problem?
Issue Date: 1990 Konferenzbeitrag Jahrestagung Kerntechnik 1990 : Tagungsbericht 15.-17.5.1990, Nürnberg / Kerntechnische Gesellschaft. Bonn : Atomforum, 1990, S. 663-666
Abstract: The ultimate option or measure to reduce greenhouse gas emissions cannot be presented. Changing demand structure as well as interfuel changes due to different carbon contents of fossil fuels can have a significant impact on the emission level. Nuclear power besides other non-fossil fuels, has the highest CO2 reduction that can be achieved. This paper focusses on the possibility to reduce CO2 emissions from energy conversion in the supply system of the Federal Republic of Germany by increasing the use of nuclear energy for the production of electrical energy and by utilizing it for the generation of district heat.
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