One of our readers recently passed along a couple of very interesting charts about nuclear energy as well as the nuclear energy report from which they came. The report, World Nuclear Report 2013, is well worth a more careful look, but for those who just love some interesting charts, here are the two that our ever-alert reader shared as well as a few more I pulled out:
Data Sources: AGEB 2013
Data Source: EWEA 2013
Data Source: BP 2013
Data Source: IAEA-PRIS, BP, 2013
Data Source: BNEF 2013 and WNISR original research, 2013
Data Sources: IAEA-PRIS, MSC, 2013
Note: The bubble size is equivalent to the number of units started up in the given year. Data Sources: MSC based on IAEA-PRIS 2013
I think the charts speak for themselves, but I’m sure they will stimulate plenty of commentary, so have at it.
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