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Public Services International Research Unit (PSIRU)  The economics of new nuclear power plants and electricity liberalisation: Lessons for Finland from British experience By Steve Thomas Senior Research Fellow, Public Service International Research Unit (PSIRU), University of Greenwich Email: Stephen.Thomas@gre.ac.uk Tel: +44 208 331 9056 Presentation prepared for Greenpeace, Finland Presented in Helsinki, January 15, 2002 Public Services International Research Unit (PSIRU) School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences, University of Greenwich,  30 Park Row, London SE10 9LS    U.K. Email:  psiru@psiru.org  Website:  www.psiru.org    Tel : +44-(0)208-331-9933  Fax : +44 (0)208-331-8665  Director: David Hall  Researchers: Kate Bayliss, Steve Davies, Kirsty Drew, Jane Lethbridge,  Emanuele Lobina, Steve Thomas, Sam Weinstein The PSIRU is part of the School of Computing and Mathematics in the University of Greenwich, London. PSIRU’s research is centred around the maintenance of an extensive and regularly updated database of information on the economic, political, financial, social and technical experience with privatisation and restructuring of public services worldwide. This core database is financed by Public Services International (PSI), the worldwide confederation of public service trade unions. www.world-psi.org
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Nuclear Energy in Finland 30 January 2002 1 Introduction .......................................................................................................................... 2 2 The economics of nuclear power in a liberalised market ..................................................... 3 2.1 The cost structure in theory ........................................................................................... 3 2.2 The cost structure in practice ........................................................................................ 3 2.3 The impact of competition ............................................................................................ 4 3 British experience of completion of a nuclear power plant after privatisation .................... 5 3.1 The failure to privatise nuclear ..................................................................................... 5 3.2 The record of Nuclear Electric ...................................................................................... 6 3.3 The 1995 nuclear review ............................................................................................... 6 3.4 The energy policy review of 2001 ................................................................................ 7 4 What nuclear designs are proven and who would supply them ........................................... 8 5 Conclusions .......................................................................................................................... 9 17 The privatisation of. Inrenegotiate ................................................................................. 12
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