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Title: Nuclear power is essential for national progress
Authors: Kemm, KR 
Kenny, AR 
Lloyd, Philip JD 
Louw, LM 
Prinsloo, DA 
Serfontein, DE 
Keywords: nuclear power;electricity;Gross Domestic Product;Expansion
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Nuclear Africa (Pty) Ltd
Source: Nuclear Africa, Pretoria, 2015.
Abstract: In April 2014 South Africa was able to look back twenty years to the historic elections of April 1994 and to reflect on the changes evident in society. Certainly considerable changes and progress had taken place in the country and society, which presented itself as the national panorama of 2014. Successful societal changes then spurred calls for even more progress in the decades to come. A fundamental international measure of national advance and progress is the expansion of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Socially South Africa needs a great deal more electricity to fuel the GDP growth aspirations of the government, but also to satisfy the social aspirations of people generally.
Description: Book
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11189/6555
ISBN: 978-0-620-66011-2
Appears in Collections:Eng - Books / Book Chapters

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