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									Yucca Mountain Fund Cut will lead to ‘At
the Reactor (AR)’ Temporary Storage
Capacity Expansion
                                                                              Reference Code: GDNE0024VPT

                                                                              Publication Date: APR 2009




Nuclear Energy Viewpoint                                                       GDNE0024VPT / Published APR 2009
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1           Table of Contents

1      Table of Contents                                                                                    2

1.1       List of Figures                                                                                    4


2      GlobalData Viewpoint                                                                                 5

2.1       Summary                                                                                            5


3 Yucca Mountain Fund Cut will lead to ‘At the Reactor (AR)’ Temporary Storage
Capacity Expansion                                                             6

3.1       Nuclear Waste Management in the US                                                                 6

3.2       The current governments decision on Yucca Mountain                                                 6

3.3    Implications of the Spent Fuel Storage Policy                                                         7
  3.3.1    Growth in the discharged spent nuclear fuel in the country, 2009-20                               7

3.4       Conclusion                                                                                         8


4      Recent developments                                                                                  9

4.1       Feb 26, 2008: Obama Rejects Nuclear Waste Site After 20 Year Fight                                 9

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