Le Programme nucléaire de la Suède commença dès la fin des années 1950, avec la construction de la centrale nucléaire d'Ågesta. Mais après l'accident nucléaire de Three Mile Island, aux États-Unis, la Suède décida d'organiser un référendum en 1980, au cours duquel la sortie du nucléaire civil fut décidée. En février 2009, le gouvernement de centre-droit, dirigé par le premier ministre conservateur Fredrik Reinfeldt, décida de lever le moratoire.

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  • Le Programme nucléaire de la Suède commença dès la fin des années 1950, avec la construction de la centrale nucléaire d'Ågesta. Mais après l'accident nucléaire de Three Mile Island, aux États-Unis, la Suède décida d'organiser un référendum en 1980, au cours duquel la sortie du nucléaire civil fut décidée. En février 2009, le gouvernement de centre-droit, dirigé par le premier ministre conservateur Fredrik Reinfeldt, décida de lever le moratoire. Les dix réacteurs encore en activité assurent plus de 50 % de la production d'électricité du pays.
  • Em 2012, a energia nuclear na Suécia era responsável pela produção de quase 40% da eletricidade produzida no país.Em 2013 a Suécia dispõe de três centrais nucleares , com dez reatores :Central nuclear de Ringhals – quarto reatoresCentral nuclear de Forsmark – três reatoresCentral nuclear de Oskarshamn – três reatores== Referências ==
  • Nel 2011 l'energia nucleare in Svezia ha generato il 39,6% dell'energia elettrica prodotta in totale nel Paese.A marzo 2010, sono presenti in questa nazione 3 centrali elettronucleari in funzione che dispongono complessivamente di 10 reattori operativi.Non si stanno edificando nuove centrali elettronucleari.Vi sono anche altre 2 centrali elettronucleari chiuse che dispongono complessivamente di 3 reattori chiusi.
  • Sweden began research into nuclear energy in 1947 with the establishment of the Atomic Energy Company, which originated in the ongoing military research and development at the Defence Institute FOA. In 1954, the country built its first small research heavy water reactor. It was followed by two heavy water reactors: Ågesta, a small heat and power reactor in 1964, and Marviken which was finished but never operated, due to several safety issues. Both were heavy water reactors, motivated by the option to use Swedish uranium without isotope enrichment. The option to use plutonium from power reactors was closed only in 1968 with the signing of the Non-Proliferation Treaty. The switch to light water reactors started a few years earlier with Oskarshamn 1.Six nuclear reactors began commercial service in the 1970s, another six through 1985, with one unit closed in 1999 and another in 2005. Nine of the reactors were designed by ASEA, three supplied by Westinghouse.Sweden has three operational nuclear power plants, with ten operational nuclear reactors, which produce about 35-40% of the country's electricity. The nation's largest power station, Ringhals Nuclear Power Plant, has four reactors and generates about 15 percent of Sweden's annual electricity consumption. The power plants in Forsmark and Oskarshamn each have three reactors.Sweden formerly had a nuclear phase-out policy, aiming to end nuclear power generation in Sweden by 2010. On 5 February 2009, the Government of Sweden announced an agreement allowing for the replacement of existing reactors, effectively ending the phase-out policy.
  • Kernenergie in Zweden heeft een ambivalent draagvlak onder de bevolking. Zweden wil in 2020 onafhankelijk zijn van fossiele brandstoffen, hierom wordt er door Zweden op alternatieven als waterkracht en kernenergie ingezet.In totaal heeft Zweden nu tien actieve kernreactoren op drie locaties, die in bijna 40% van de totale elektriciteitsproductie leveren.
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  • Le Programme nucléaire de la Suède commença dès la fin des années 1950, avec la construction de la centrale nucléaire d'Ågesta. Mais après l'accident nucléaire de Three Mile Island, aux États-Unis, la Suède décida d'organiser un référendum en 1980, au cours duquel la sortie du nucléaire civil fut décidée. En février 2009, le gouvernement de centre-droit, dirigé par le premier ministre conservateur Fredrik Reinfeldt, décida de lever le moratoire.
  • Em 2012, a energia nuclear na Suécia era responsável pela produção de quase 40% da eletricidade produzida no país.Em 2013 a Suécia dispõe de três centrais nucleares , com dez reatores :Central nuclear de Ringhals – quarto reatoresCentral nuclear de Forsmark – três reatoresCentral nuclear de Oskarshamn – três reatores== Referências ==
  • Nel 2011 l'energia nucleare in Svezia ha generato il 39,6% dell'energia elettrica prodotta in totale nel Paese.A marzo 2010, sono presenti in questa nazione 3 centrali elettronucleari in funzione che dispongono complessivamente di 10 reattori operativi.Non si stanno edificando nuove centrali elettronucleari.Vi sono anche altre 2 centrali elettronucleari chiuse che dispongono complessivamente di 3 reattori chiusi.
  • Kernenergie in Zweden heeft een ambivalent draagvlak onder de bevolking. Zweden wil in 2020 onafhankelijk zijn van fossiele brandstoffen, hierom wordt er door Zweden op alternatieven als waterkracht en kernenergie ingezet.In totaal heeft Zweden nu tien actieve kernreactoren op drie locaties, die in bijna 40% van de totale elektriciteitsproductie leveren.
  • Sweden began research into nuclear energy in 1947 with the establishment of the Atomic Energy Company, which originated in the ongoing military research and development at the Defence Institute FOA. In 1954, the country built its first small research heavy water reactor. It was followed by two heavy water reactors: Ågesta, a small heat and power reactor in 1964, and Marviken which was finished but never operated, due to several safety issues.
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  • Programme nucléaire civil de la Suède
  • Energia nuclear na Suécia
  • Energia nucleare in Svezia
  • Kernenergie in Zweden
  • Nuclear power in Sweden
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