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Power/energy: Power for the '30s: A challenge for Western Europe: There is a way for Europe to make itself energy-independent. But is there a will?

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Discusses Western Europe's power needs to gear 2000 which are expected to require new technology, a high level of international cooperation and extensive applications of mature technology. The new technology is expected to be largely nuclear with breeder reactors playing a large part. Pumped storage system design advances are expected also.

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IEEE Spectrum  (Volume:17 ,  Issue: 10 )