- Better production figures, fewer unplanned outages
and increased average annual availability, which grew from 70% in 1989 to 78%
- The UN Population Division projects that world population
will increase from 6 billion in 1999 to between 7.9 and 11.9 billion by 2050.
to projections by the World Energy Council, even with substantial research support
and subsidies, non-traditional, renewable resources will grow to no more than
3–6% of global energy supply by 2020.
- In 1998, 36 nuclear power plants were under construction:
14 in Eastern Europe; 12 in the Far East; seven in the Middle East and South Asia;
two in Latin America; one in Western Europe (France).
- Database and Methodology for the Comparative Assessment
of Different Energy Chains and Conversion Technology Options.
Automatic System Planning.
- Financial Planning.