There has been a substantial resurgence of interest in nuclear power in the United States over the past few years. One consequence has been a rapid growth in the research budget of DOE's Office of Nuclear Energy (NE). In light of this growth, the Office of Management and Budget included within the FY2006 budget request a study by the National Academy of Sciences to review the NE research programs and recommend priorities among those programs. The programs to be evaluated were: Nuclear Power 2010 (NP 2010), Generation IV (GEN IV), the Nuclear Hydrogen Initiative (NHI), the Global Nuclear Energy Partnership (GNEP)/Advanced Fuel Cycle Initiative (AFCI), and the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) facilities. This book presents a description and analysis of each program along with specific findings and recommendations. It also provides an assessment of program priorities and oversight.
Table of Contents
|2 Nuclear Power 2010||14-30|
|3 The Generation IV and Nuclear Hydrogen Initiative Programs||31-46|
|4 The Advanced Fuel Cycle Initiative and Global Nuclear Energy Partnership Programs||47-57|
|5 Idaho National Laboratory||58-65|
|6 Program Priorities, Balance, and Oversight||66-70|
|Appendix A: Minority Opinion: Dissenting Statement of Gilinsky and Macfarlane||73-76|
|Appendix B: Minority Opinion: An Alternative to Technology Proposed for GNEP, Offered by Levy, Kazimi, and Dally||77-77|
|Appendix C: Biographical Sketches for Committee Members||78-82|
|Appendix D: Acronyms||83-84|
|Appendix E: Presentations and Committee Meetings||85-86|
|Appendix F: Statement of Task||87-88|
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