8 edition of Nuclear Implosions: The Rise and Fall of the Washington Public Power Supply System (Studies in Economic History & Policy: USA in the Twentieth Century) found in the catalog.
February 29, 2008
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
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"Nuclear Implosions is a major achievement. The rise and fall of the Washington Public Power Supply System sheds valuable perspective on the United States of the s and s.
Yet the technological, economic, bureaucratic, and administrative dimensions of. This book follows a small public agency in Washington State that undertook one of the most ambitious construction projects in the nation in the s: the building of five large nuclear power plants.
Bydelays and cost overruns, along with slowed growth of electricity demand, led to cancellation of two plants and a construction halt on two others. Review of the hardback: 'In Nuclear Implosions: The Rise and Fall of the Washington Public Power Supply System, Daniel Pope provides a(n) extensive and retrospective analysis of a previous push St Antony's International Review 'Pope's important history might be relied upon to predict dubious prospects for nuclear power anywhere in the.
Nuclear Implosions: The Rise and Fall of the Washington Public Power Supply Daniel Pope. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Author: John Wills. [PDF] Nuclear Implosions: The Rise and Fall of the Washington Public Power Supply System (Studies. Nuclear Implosions by Daniel Pope,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6).
Nuclear Implosions: The Rise and Fall of the Washington Public Power Supply System follows a small public agency in Washington State that undertook one of the most ambitious construction projects in the nation in the s: the building of five large nuclear power plants.
Bydelays and cost overruns, along with slowed growth of. Energy Northwest (formerly Washington Public Power Supply System) is a public power joint operating agency in the northwest United States, formed 63 years ago in by Washington state law to produce at-cost power for Northwest utilities.
Headquartered in the Tri-Cities at Richland, Washington, the WPPSS became commonly (and derisively) known as "Whoops!,". The Washington Public Power Supply System (WPPSS) was started in the s as a means to guarantee electric power to homes and industry in the Northwest.
Well-meaning officials believed that building nuclear power plants was the best way to supply clean and cheap electricity to customers.
Daniel Pope is professor of history at the University of Oregon and the author of “Nuclear Implosions: The Rise and Fall of the Washington Public Power Supply System. "Nuclear Power Plants in Oregon & Washington".
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Nuclear Implosions tells the story of a state government agency s failed attempt in the s to build five large nuclear power stations in the Pacific Northwest of the United States.
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Linkages among public arenas. Only one of the Hanford power reactors was actually finished—way behind schedule and over budget—and the Washington Public Power Supply System went broke.
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In the s, the Washington Public Power Supply System (WPPSS) initiated a construction program for seven new nuclear reactors. WPPSS believed that electricity requirements would grow by percent each year well into the s and started building nuclear power plants to meet their projections.
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