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OECD iLibrary Themes - Nuclear Energy
This OECD iLibrary Theme subscription includes the online access to all books and periodicals published by the OECD’s Nuclear Energy Agency since 1998 and all online only publications since 2003.

Through its content published on OECD iLibrary, the OECD’s Nuclear Energy Agency is working to develop an agenda of innovation to help shape the nuclear energy of the future, by maintaining and further developing the scientific, technological and legal bases required for the safe, environmentally sound and economical use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes.

It includes access to the twice-yearly Nuclear Law Bulletin, the annual Nuclear Energy Data, Costs of Decommissioning of Nuclear Plants, as well as the NEA's many analytical reports, conference proceedings, and other reports not published in print form. The OECD produces around 15 new books and papers published each year.
  • 420 + ebooks
  • 20 + papers
  • 730 + chapters
  • 10+ tables/graphs
2023 Online Only
Price US $1,215.00 / CDN (Available upon request.)

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Did you know?
- Today, with an installed capacity of around 370 GWe and an annual production of some 2,700 TWh, nuclear power supplies 16% of the world's electricity.
Source: Nuclear Energy Outlook 2008

- Total electricity generation and nuclear-generated electricity declined between 2010 and 2011 in the OECD area by 0.9% and 6.4% respectively. The share of electricity production from nuclear power plants in the OECD area also decreased from 21.9% in 2010 to 20.7% in 2011.
Source: Nuclear Energy Data 2012

- At the close of 2011, 329 reactors were connected to the grid in the OECD area (not including three reactors under refurbishment in Canada). A total of 18 reactors were under construction (six in the OECD American region, four in OECD Europe and eight in the OECD Pacific region, although the construction of reactors in Japan has at least been temporarily halted). In addition, 28 reactors were considered firmly committed to construction.
Source: Nuclear Energy Data 2012