Replacing Nuclear with Nuclear: A U.K. Perspective
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The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 18 Oct 2001, p. 148-159
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Replacing Nuclear with Nuclear: A U.K. Perspective


Four issues to be addressed: the respective roles of business and government in energy policy; the principles underlying good energy policy; how this relates to nuclear power and to CANDU; some remarks about British Energy and Ontario. First, an overview of British Energy. The creation of Bruce Power. A discussion of the four issues mentioned at the beginning of the address. The speaker's wish that this strong relationship with Canada continues to develop and prosper over the years ahead.